English: Language, Literature and Writing - BA Hons (Lancaster University)

B&FC

Qualification Obtained: BA (Hons) in English Language, Literature and Writing

Course Overview

 The extraordinary success of this innovative three-year programme derives from our cross-discipline approach to the study of English. In this, you are introduced to the analysis of language and literature and encouraged to consider the surrounding issues that distinguish an average text from an outstanding one. Consequently, you are then able to apply these learning points to your own writing. The topics broached on the course promote an understanding of wider social and cultural contexts and deliver a knowledge base broad enough for graduates to be regarded as English specialists.

We provide you with a stimulating, challenging and creative environment in which to explore English in a wide variety of theoretical and practical formats. The programme offers an excellent opportunity to develop skills essential for a range of interesting and rewarding careers including: education, journalism, marketing and public relations, publishing and writing.

Course Entry Requirements

A minimum of 200 UCAS points from A Levels or an appropriate equivalent qualification with a minimum of C from A Level English Language or Literature. Functional Skills will be taken into consideration.

We also welcome applications from those with relevant work experience in lieu of the minimum entry requirements.

2017 Entry Requirements

A new UCAS Tariff will be used for courses starting from September 2017, the new entry requirements are as follows;

A minimum of 80 (previously 200) UCAS points excluding functional skills from A-levels including A Level English Language or Literature at grade C or above, Access to HE Humanities pathway (to include English) or an appropriate equivalent qualification. You will also require GCSE English Language at grade C or above. Applicants who are able to demonstrate relevant work/life skills or knowledge will also be considered on an individual basis.

Study Options

Course Code: BH1HE68
UCAS Code: QQ13
Start Date: 12/09/2016
End Date: 07/06/2019

Duration: 3 Years
Location of Study: University Centre

Course Code: BH1HE68
UCAS Code: QQ13
Start Date: 12/09/2017
End Date: 06/06/2020

Duration: 3 Years
Location of Study: University Centre

Career Options and Progression

Modules and Assessment

Teaching and Learning Methods

Work Placement and Field Trips

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Tuition Fees

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Regulation and Accreditation

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B&FC

If you require any further information about this course please contact us on the following:

Call course enquiries

01253 504 343

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info@blackpool.ac.uk

Telephone

Course enquiries: 01253 504 343
General enquiries: 01253 352 352
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Ashfield Road
Bispham
Blackpool
FY2 0HB

 

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