This interdisciplinary degree will help you develop a critical understanding of education in both formal and non-formal contexts from an international and UK perspective.
It provides you with the critical tools required to interrogate debates and legislation relating to education and social policy, paying particular attention to the relationship between education and society.
At its heart, the programme addresses issues of social justice and equality, educational and social disadvantage, and looks at how we can challenge injustice and inequality through our actions and practice.
When you study literature you are not just reading and thinking about great books, you are also asking questions about society’s past and future, and ultimately interrogating your own past and future.
During your time here you will be studying literature from the Renaissance to the present day, all within the vicinity of Horace Walpole’s Gothic mansion, Strawberry Hill House, which is located on our campus.
The programme has a traditional and rigorous core of compulsory modules covering: Tragedy, Critical Theory, Renaissance Literature (including Shakespeare), Romanticism and Modernism. The literary training provided ensures that you will cover the conventional ‘classics’ meticulously.
You will develop skills that will complement the unique and innovative optional units, which you can tailor to your interests and passions.
Contemporary Drama, Contemporary Fiction, Critical Theory, Foundations in Literature: Tragedy, The Nature, Purposes and Politics of Education and History of Education
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|Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)||Other Fees|
- IELTS (Academic)6.06.0 overall with no element below 5.5