BA (Hons) English and Film Studies

Leeds Trinity University
Leicester, United Kingdom
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
3 years
Intakes
September
Total tuition fee (local)
Contact the university / college
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 38,740

Entry Requirements

  • Typically our entry offer for this degree course is 260 UCAS tariff points. 
  • We welcome students with a range of qualifications including A Levels, AS Levels, BTEC Nationals, Advanced and Progressions Diplomas, NVQs, GNVQs and accredited Access Courses and we treat every application on its own merits;
  • we value highly the experience you illustrate in your personal statement. 

Other requirements:

  • GCSE grade C or above in English Language (or equivalent qualification).
  • Applicants are normally expected to hold an A Level in English Language or Literature (or equivalent qualification).

Curriculum

Level 4

  • Words On the Page
  • Language in Theory: Language in Context
  • Writing Practices I: Introduction to Genre
  • English Project: Managing Group Work and Presentations
  • Professional Development and Placement - Media, Film and Culture 1
  • Film Industry 1: Hollywood and Beyond
  • Analysing Film
  • Screening Character - Types and Archetypes

Level 5

  • Professional Development and Placement
  • Linguistic Topics
  • Literary Period: Twentieth Century Literature
  • Literary Period: the Middle Ages
  • Literary Period: the Renaissance
  • Writing and War
  • Constructions of Gender
  • Writing Practices II: Innocence and Experience
  • Magical Realism in World Fiction
  • Introduction to Spanish Language and Hispanic Culture and Society
  • Professional Development and Placement - Media, Film and Culture 2
  • Film Industry 2: The UK
  • World Cinemas
  • Screening American Cultural History: Research and Analysis
  • Screening Performance
  • Understanding Disney
  • Myths, Meaning and Movies
  • Television Genres

Level 6

  • Seventeenth Century Literature
  • Authors in Depth
  • Literary Period: Victorian Literature
  • Literary Period: Classicism and Romanticism
  • The Continuing Middle Ages
  • Elizabethan Love Poetry
  • Writing Practices 3: Experimental Writing
  • The Child and the Book
  • Postmodern Fiction
  • The Roots of Ideas: The Foundations of Western Thought
  • Professional Learning Through Work
  • Mapping the Audio-Visual Landscape
  • European Cinema
  • Film Research B
  • Film and Television Adaptation
  • Spiritualities, the Sacred and the Screen
  • Science Fiction
  • Contemporary Cult Television

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