3 Years

Duration

GBP 16,000

Est. Annual Tuition

1

Scholarship Available

3 Years

Duration

GBP 16,000

Est. Annual Tuition

1

Scholarship

Scholarships

GBP 100 Fee Waiver
Deadline
June 30, 2021
Education level
Undergraduate
Additional from Lock&Stock

English Language Test Fee Reimbursement

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This multidisciplinary course enables students to assess American contributions to the understanding of political, historical, social and cultural perspectives of the world. Students combine studies of the US with a number of options in film studies offered by our Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies, Department of History, and School of Philosophy and Art History. Crucially, they also spend either a term or a full academic year studying in the United States, so they can explore and become immersed in American culture. The degree is built to be extremely flexible and student-led, and as they progress through the course they can choose from an enormous range of options from across the humanities and social sciences including: Contemporary social issues, such as the struggles for racial justice The legacies of slavery and the civil rights movement Environmental protection of the ‘wilderness’ of the Far West Native American histories and rights Based within the Interdisciplinary Studies Centre (ISC), American studies offers a truly multidisciplinary approach, giving students knowledge of the many ways to understand key areas of the American experience. They draw on multiple perspectives in order to reach a deeper understanding of the world we inhabit, opening up exciting possibilities to discover the American continent. The cities, vast open plains, mountains and deserts shape diverse and intriguing ways of life. By encouraging students to think and operate across traditional boundaries, the course has produced confident, assertive and intelligent graduates who have become successful in many professional fields. The creative talent for tomorrow is also nurtured, developing filmmakers, scholars, and thinkers with a dynamic worldview: Gain hands-on experience of camera work, sound recording, editing, lighting, and scriptwriting Explore the formal aesthetics of film composition and structure in relation to different contexts of production and reception Discover the history and social significance of film as a global medium Understand the links between critical analysis and creative practice Produce both group films and personal projects

Key Details
Est. Annual Tuition
GBP 16,000
Application Fees
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Duration
3 year bachelor's degree plus a year abroad

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