The Department offers the following MA courses:
- MA in Translation, Writing and Cultural Difference
- MA by Research
- MA for Research in Italian Studies (new course; bursaries available!)
The Department also offers a very strong MPhil/PhD course, which is among the largest in the UK and typically requires a maximum of 4 years of study. Scholarships for this course are available, on a competitive basis, from the University as well as, from time to time, from the Department. Applications for fellowships starting in October 2013 closed in January 2013. Information on the round that just closed is available here.
Prospective applicants are welcome to contact, in the first instance, Dr David Lines (Director of Graduate Studies): D dot A dot Lines at warwick dot ac dot uk
Warwick's Department of Italian is recognized as one of the strongest in the UK and provides an outstanding research environment. Its seven academic staff members cover a broad range of topics in Italian Studies from 1250–present.
The Department has an ongoing programme of research seminars, including an annual postgraduate forum, shared with the University of Birmingham.
The Department also has a close relationship with various programmes and departments at Warwick, including the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, the Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature and the Arts, and the departments of French, German, Hispanic Studies, Classics, Film and Theatre Studies, History, and History of Art.