Kingston University London

Course Introduction

**Why choose this course?**

English and history students cover texts, themes and subjects across a wide chronological and geographic range. As well as benefiting from subject and teaching expertise, you'll also collaborate on course activities and engage with the wider community.

There are close links with other disciplines in the School of Arts, Culture and Communication, including English language and linguistics, creative writing, journalism and publishing, and with social sciences subjects like politics, international relations and human rights

You'll enjoy many extra'curricular activities and opportunities through research group events and lectures, Kingston Language Scheme and the Writers' Centre Kingston. Also important to your overall experience is our proximity to Kingston itself, a town and borough rich in historic and literary attributes, with London only a short distance away.

Course Modules

Examples of modules:

Year 1

' World History 1500'1900

' From Prospero to Potter: Reading Through Theory

' Chaplin to Churchill: Britain, 1914'1959

' Reading London: Drama, Poetry and Prose

Year 2

' Life among the Victorians: Researching and Writing 19th Century British History

' Independent Research Studies

' Optional Modules

Year 3

' Capstone: an e'journal

' Optional Modules

' Researching and Writing your Dissertation

Start Date:


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