With a Masters
in Near Eastern Studies
at University of Leeds
you will typically have received a solid foundation in such areas as an introduction to Arabic culture and an introduction to Israeli culture, Arabic, Persian and Modern Hebrew(language tuition optional modules), cinemas of the Middle East and an independent study project.
masters students: You will have engaged in advanced study and research in such fields as religious studies, Islamic art and archaeology, and history with a deepening of language skills already acquired (see bachelor’s)