English Literature with Professional Practice Year BA (Hons)

University of Bedfordshire

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Whatever your favourite period, you will find something to fascinate you on this course following the development of English Literature from the tales of Chaucer and plays of Shakespeare to the poems of Benjamin Zephaniah and the novels of Monica Ali. On the way you will explore the Restoration, the 18th Century, Romantics and Victorians. Options include poetry and poetics, Shakespeare and his contemporaries, American literature and creative writing, Gothic stories, Irish literature, children’s ... READ MORE

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4 Years

Literature in English

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Scottish Higher

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Literature in English

Top 5 A-levels taken by students who study this subject at uni
English Language
English Language & Literature
English Literature
Religious Studies & Theology

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9,250 per year
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25 Feb 15

English Language and Linguistics BA (Hons)

I have had an amazing uni experience, there's a lot of hard work involved but it's an eye opener to the outside world....

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University of Bedfordshire
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With around 20,000 students, the University of Bedfordshire is considered a large uni. It's split over five main sites in and around Bedfordshire and the surrounding areas, meaning all campuses are within relatively easy reach of London. Across the various sites, a vibrant and diverse student community exists, with various social, educational and sporting facilities on each campus. Students can choose from around 180 different undergraduate degrees, some of which can be done on a part-time basis, all of which look to give students practical, real-world experiences that help prepare graduates for the professional world. These opportunities give students the chance to develop employability skills and experiences that are wanted by graduate employers.

Where you'll study

University of Bedfordshire

Polhill Avenue Bedford
MK41 9EA United Kingdom Nearest train station: Bedford St Johns  0.9 miles away

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