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Comparative Literature

Dartmouth College

12 months
58953 USD/year
58953 USD/year
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Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College aims to introduce you to graduate education and advanced scholarly work through application-focused courses on theory and methods and basic pedagogical training.


Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College lets you learn something about yourself in the process. Some of our alumni decide to pursue advanced graduate degrees, while others find jobs outside the academy.  

Students at Comparative Literature from Dartmouth College will:

  • deepen and broaden their personal interests,
  • maps the wide horizons of the professional world connected to the comparative study of literatures and cultures.  

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Topics in Literary and Cultural Theory

  • Workshop in Critical Writing

  • Graduate Seminar

Key information


  • Full-time
    • 12 months

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Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

  • A strong undergraduate record in a major in any humanities field
  • Fluent reading, writing, and speaking knowledge of one foreign language 
  • Minimum of beginning training in a second foreign language
  • Essay outlining why you want to do graduate work in this field and your plans for your time at Dartmouth
  • A writing sample (a scholarly essay or excerpt of an essay of about 10 - 15 typed double spaced pages)
  • Official transcript(s) of all college or graduate-level credits
  • Complete application (including three letters of recommendation and a language proficiency survey for each foreign language you know)

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