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English and Journalism

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Study the work of writers and broadcasters to strengthen your own creative talent

Undergraduate courses Undergraduate courses

I have really enjoyed examining the Eighteenth Century, and I have also had the opportunity to study crime writing and Holocaust literature.

Jennifer Littlehales, BA (Hons) English Literature student 2015

Broadcast Journalism

BSc (Hons) 2017 (Subject to approval)

This course explores all aspects of broadcast journalism in its various forms, including television, radio, digital and social media

Study mode: full time

Creative Writing

BA (Hons)

An innovative course which focuses on writing creatively and professionally, with opportunities to showcase and perform your work

Study mode: full time

English and American Studies

BA (Hons)

Study a range of themes and analytical approaches of English literature alongside the culture, society and history of the American continent

Study mode: full time

English and Creative Writing

BA (Hons)

A combined course enabling development of new and individual critical perspectives on literary texts plus training in a range of writing practices

Study mode: full time

English and History

BA (Hons)

Exploring literature in its historical context and across a range of periods, this course develops the ability to evaluate and analyse a variety of evidence and texts

Study mode: full time

English and Media Studies

BA (Hons)

A course providing interpretive and theoretical skills to read, analyse and criticise poetry, fiction and drama alongside other forms of contemporary media

Study mode: full time

English Language and Linguistics

BA (Hons)

Gain a greater understanding of the English language and insights into the theory and practice of its use in a range of real-life contexts

Study mode: full time

English Language and Literature

BA (Hons)

Engage with an array of literary texts and encounter language in a variety of forms and contexts through this combined course

Study mode: full time

English Literature

BA (Hons)

Encompassing poetry, fiction and drama and covering centuries of writing, this course introduces the vast breadth and scope of English literature

Study mode: full time

Film Industries and Creative Writing

BA (Hons)

Explore the global culture, history, markets and identity of the film industry and engage with a range of authorial practices

Study mode: full time

Journalism

BA (Hons) Accredited

An intellectually challenging and vocationally orientated course concentrating on industry-focused skills to become professional journalists

Study mode: full time

Journalism with English Language

BA (Hons)

Develop your skills in journalism across a range of media, with a focus on the techniques of communication and written language

Study mode: full time

Journalism with English Literature

BA (Hons)

This course combines the practice of real-world journalism with the study of literary works and theory

Study mode: full time

Journalism with Media Studies

BA (Hons)

With a blend of practical and theoretical learning throughout, this course combines the critical study of modern media with journalism training

Study mode: full time

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Postgraduate courses Postgraduate courses

Broadcast Journalism

MSc 2018 – subject to approval

This Master's course allows you to develop your journalism, broadcasting and presenting skills on the latest technology

Study mode: full time | part time

Creative Writing

MA

A professional writing course suitable for writers who wish to build confidence, sensitivity and a critical understanding of their own work and the work of others

Study mode: full time | part time

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English Literature

PhD and MPhil opportunities

Research areas include: early modern writing, nineteenth-century literature and culture, twentieth and twenty-first century British and American literature...

Humanities and Social Science

MRes

Focus your research interest in the humanities and social sciences as you work towards being able to translate your learning into research related outputs....

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