M1 & M2 in LLCER – Specialization in English and American Studies : Joint Degree in English and American Studies
The Department of English and American Studies established a consortium of partner institutions who participate in a Joint Degree in English and American Studies.
This is a research-based master’s program. At the end of the two years, students will receive their Master’s in English and American Studies from Université Paris Cité, a degree from their selected partner university, as well as a Joint English and American Studies certificate from the consortium.
The consortium’s partner universities are :
> Degree-awarding universities :
- University of Graz – Graz, Austria
- University of Bamberg – Bamberg, Germany
- Ca’ Foscari University of Venice – Venice, Italy
- Université Paris Cité – Paris, France
- Jagiellonian University – Kraków, Poland
> Mobility universities :
- Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona – Spain
- University of Pécs – Hungary
- The City College of New York – USA
The program lasts for two years and includes a compulsory foreign exchange component in the first semester of the second year at one of the partner universities.
Professor François Vergniolle de Chantal is the head of the joint degree program at Université Paris Cité and is available for additional questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit the website for the Joint Degree in English and American Studies
Application and selection process (during L3)
Interested students are to send in their applications during the second semester, both to enter the program in M1, and for the choice of the partner university in M2. This competitive program requires students to have good results at the undergraduate level as well as sound knowledge of English (TOEFL or IELTS). Representatives from the consortium will select candidates based on the quality of their applications.
Application period : January 15 to March 30, 2021
Note : there is an additional process for non-European citizens
Students who are not citizens of the European Union who wish to apply to Université Paris Cité’s program are to follow Campus France’s compulsory procedures for studying in France.
Please note that Campus France requires a French language test for students who are from outside the European Economic Area. Proof of sufficient knowledge of French will be required during your long-stay student visa application process.
Deadline for the Campus France application process: March 5, 2021
Download the 2021-2022 course brochure here
For students of Université Paris Cité, the guidelines for writing the M1 and M2 theses may differ based on the program selected.