English and Film Studies

Course Introduction

Study the intersecting worlds of film and literature in London, the cultural capital and heart of the UK film industry.

English and Film Studies demands creative, original thought. Literature and film ask us to question how class, race, ethnicity and sexuality are represented on the page and screen, and the impact of evolving language and technologies.

Our joint degree programme introduces you to the history, theory and practice of cinema, and covers a wide range of literary texts and theories of reading. We teach you to apply critical theory and close textual and visual analysis to the realms of film and literature, and explore the connections between cinematic works and literary texts from many different regions and historical periods.

Options in the second and final years will allow you to concentrate on the subject areas that interest you most, from Arthurian literature to contemporary Hollywood cinema

You can apply for this course-

with a Year Abroad

Course Modules

Year 1


Approaches and Analysis

Concepts and History

English in Practice

Reading, Theory and Interpretation: Approaches to the Study of English Literature

Choose one from

Literatures in Time: Texts and Contexts from the Eighth to the Eighteenth Century



Start Date


Tuition & Fees

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
3 years
Full Time
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons) Other Fees