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UCAS CODE Q306
This degree provides you with an excellent education in literature, drama and film, combining a flexible approach and wide range of option choices with extensive historical coverage. You will deepen your knowledge of literary texts and gain a firm foundation in the critical and theoretical skills needed to analyse them. There are also opportunities to practise creative writing and theatre, to make films or take a work placement in one of the regions cultural industries.
Newcastle University currently inspires the minds of 28,000 students from over 140 countries and exists to make the world a better place.
Newcastle offers an outstanding student experience and a world-class education for life. This university will engage, challenge, support and motivate you to fulfil your potential and equip you for future career success.
A founding member of the prestigious Russell Group and holder of TEF Gold status for teaching excellence, the University is a hub for world-class teaching, research and collaboration across all subjects. Newcastle University campus is right in the heart of the city with quick and easy transport links with the rest of the country. The city is surrounded by stunning coastal, heritage, and countryside attractions which can be reached in minutes via the local Metro rail system and public transport.
Where you'll study
Newcastle upon Tyne