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The BA (Hons) English degree prepares students for a wide range of career choices including English education, journalism and marketing. This degree gives students the opportunity to study English language and literature while developing transferable skills in communication and creative and professional writing.
First year students learn to analyze, evaluate and write about a variety of print, multimedia and digital texts. In the second year students explore critical approaches to literature and language and can choose modules on learning language, fiction, poetry, drama and creative writing. Final year students undertake independent research on a chosen topic and can embark on a professional practice module in education or professional writing, alongside modules in subjects, such as intercultural communication, autobiography and scriptwriting.
is how our students rated the teaching in the English course (The Guardian University Guide 2013: League Table for English).
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Students on the BA (Hons) English degree take six twelve-week modules at each level, generally three in each semester. The Dissertation in English is a year-long 40 credit module. Mandatory modules are in bold.
First year modules include:
Second year modules include:
Third year modules include:
At UCS your tuition fees provide access to all the teaching and learning facilities that you would expect. However, there may be additional costs associated with your course that you will need to budget for. Read full details of the included and additional costs for BA (Hons) English.| Please note, UCS reserves the right to change this information as and when required.
280 UCAS tariff points (or equivalent)
(including at least a C at A level in English)
Three years full-time or four and a half to nine years part-time
All UCS degrees are jointly validated by the Universities of East Anglia and Essex
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