M.Phil. in Traditional East Asia

Wall mural from the Takamatsuzuka Tomb, Asuka, Japan, seventh century CE.

Wall mural from the Takamatsuzuka Tomb, Asuka, Japan, seventh century CE.

For information on the MPhil in Traditional East Asia, including the selection criteria and resources available for the course, you should first consult the course page. Information on how to apply can be found in the University's Application Guide.

 

Further information can also be found in the Course Handbook, available on the right. The Course Handbook is a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the M.Phil. in Traditional East Asia.