A Directory of Shakespearean and Early Modern Masters Degrees By Thomas Larque.

1.  Shakespearean Masters Degrees

Classical Acting (Central School of Speech and Drama)
English: Shakespeare and the British Dramatic Tradition (Warwick University)
English: Shakespeare in History (University College London)
English Literature: Shakespeare and English Literature (Bristol University)
English Literature: Shakespeare, Theatre, and Theory (Cardiff University)
European Classical Acting (Drama Centre at Central Saint Martins)
Global Shakespeares (University of Winchester)
Literature: Shakespeare (University of Essex)
Shakespeare (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Shakespeare Authorship Studies (Brunel University)
Shakespeare and Education (Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham)
Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Cultural History of Renaissance England (Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham)
Shakespeare Studies (Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham)
Shakespeare Studies (University of St. Andrews) – MLitt.
Shakespeare and Theatre (Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham) – Distance Learning Option.
Shakespearean Studies: Text and Playhouse (King’s College London) – In Association with Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
Staging Shakespeare (University of Exeter) – MA/MFA.
Creative Arts in the Classroom (King’s College London) – In Association with Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

2.  Early Modern Literature Masters Degrees

Early Modern English Literature: Text and Transmission (King’s College London)
Early Modern Literature and Culture (Roehampton University) – MA/MRes
Early Modern Literature and Culture (University of Sussex)
Early Modern Literature and Drama (University of Reading)
Early Modern Writing: 1560-1780 (Loughborough University)
English (Early Modern Literature concentration) (Kingston University)
English Literary Studies: Medieval and Renaissance Literary Studies (Durham University)
English Literature: 1550-1780 (University of Oxford) – MSt
English Literature: Early Modern (University of Sheffield)
English Literature: Early Modern Literature (University of Nottingham)
English Literature: Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Cardiff University)
English: Reconceiving the Renaissance: Literatures, Places, Cultures (Queen’s University of Belfast)
English Renaissance Literature (University of Leeds)
English Renaissance and Romantic Literature (University of Liverpool)
English Studies: Renaissance Literature (Sheffield Hallam)
English Studies: Renaissance Studies (University of Exeter)
Literature and Culture 1200-1700 (University of Manchester)
Medieval and Renaissance Literature (University of Cambridge) – MPhil
Renaissance Literature 1500-1700 (University of York)

3.  Early Modern History Masters Degrees

Cultural and Intellectual History 1300-1650 (Warburg Institute, University of London)
Early Modern History (Birkbeck, University of London)
Early Modern History (University of Birmingham) – MPhil
Early Modern History (University of Cambridge) – MPhil
Early Modern History (King’s College London)
Early Modern History (University of Manchester)
Early Modern History (University of Reading)
Early Modern History (University of Sheffield)
Early Modern History (University of Sussex)
Early Modern History (Swansea University)
Early Modern History (University of York)
History (Early Modern) (Kingston University)
History: Early Modern History (University of East Anglia)
History: Early Modern and Modern History (University of Oxford) – MSt
Medieval and Early Modern History (University of Bristol)
Reformation and Early Modern Studies (University of Birmingham)
Religious and Social History: 1500-1700 (University of Warwick)