Goldsmiths offers degrees in a range of subject areas, including the humanities, social sciences, art & design and law. You’ll be able to choose from traditional subjects that are given a fresh approach, teaching real-world insights alongside the subject’s theory.
Most undergraduate courses are only available full-time but some can be studied part-time over a longer period. For example, you can do a part-time degree in subjects like history, politics, anthropology and English, among others.
Typically, full-time undergraduate degrees at Goldsmiths take three years to study, but some courses include placement years, study abroad options or an integrated master’s year. These courses usually take four or five years to complete.
Most degrees include optional modules, as well as core modules, meaning you can study the degree topics you’re most interested in.
It's also possible to combine more than one subject within an undergraduate degree in what’s called a combined honours degree. For example, you could study BA (Hons) English with Creative Writing, or BA (Hons) History & Journalism.