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Studying Comparative Criticism and Translation at Oxford
Oxford has a structure of Faculties. Students and faculty members involved in OCCT are mainly attached to the following:
Studying at Undergraduate Level
The best way in to comparative study or work on translation is to take a Joint Degree, such as:
At Masters Level
Masters courses are run by the separate Faculties:
On many of these courses it is possible to take options from other faculties and so to create what is in practice your own comparative programme. For example, students following the MSt in English can take options in Modern Languages, and vice versa. If you would like to find out more, please ask the Graduate Studies Offices of the Faculties concerned.
At Doctoral Level
You must apply to a single Faculty but it is easy to arrange joint supervision across Faculties and therefore to work on topics involving comparative criticism and translation.
Please contact the Graduate Studies Office in the relevant Faculty/ies for more information