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The University of Wolverhampton

BA (Hons)English, Film & Television Studies

Why choose this course?

The BA (Hons) English, Film & Television Studies integrated joint offers a wide ranging approach to both literary and filmic texts. The study of Film with English will help you to communicate more effectively to others using the written and spoken word. You will acquire a range of skills, including heightened analytical abilities, greater independence, enterprise, digital literacy and IT awareness, all of which are of immense value in graduate employment.

What happens on the course?

The Film Studies team has a wealth of expertise across a variety of film forms and national cinemas, which include popular film genres such as The Western, gangster, science fiction and film noir. You will have the opportunity to examine representations of class, gender, ethnicity and identity by studying major movements within national and international cinemas. Students will examine film as an art and as an industrial product. Throughout the programme you will engage with critical and theoretical debates relevant to the subject.

The English half of the course incorporates an exciting balance between the study of canonical literature and a broader sense of cultural texts. Literature from all historical periods from the Renaissance to the present day is represented, with focused studies on Shakespeare, the Eighteenth Century, Romanticism, the Victorian and Modernism. These are complemented by modules which also draw on other forms of artistic production, including paintings and illustration, popular music and drama, film and film adaptation, and other media.

Why Wolverhampton?

At Wolverhampton you can:

  • Experience some film modules which are taught at the Light House Media Centre, the only media centre of its type in the West Midlands.
  • The English modules at Wolverhampton are supported by an excellent range of bibliographic and electronic resources in literary studies in the Learning Centre. The English programme is also recognised nationally as a leader in the incorporation of IT and digital resources in the classroom
  • Experience semester-length or year-long opportunities to study with English departments in France, Spain and Bulgaria.
  • Be confident that the Film and English programmes at Wolverhampton have been commended by external examiners for the creativity of their design and the high standards of its teaching.

Comments from our External Examiners on provision:

For English:

"The subject curriculum continues to be highly relevant both in terms of the student experience at Wolverhampton and in terms of reflecting the benchmark statements for English, which stress the importance of providing a full range of modules and a diversity of teaching and assessment methods. The English team is to be congratulated once again on ensuring that standards are maintained through the provision of a varied diet of modules, combining traditional and non-traditional courses, with a variety of teaching and assessment methods. The detailed level of feedback provided on all modules remains an example of good practice".

For Film Studies:

"I was very pleased with the work being done here on the work practice module [Community Link]. These can be both problematic to assess and to monitor. The tutor is handling this with skill. I very much like the idea of the student setting their criteria for assessment on the module. The use of the Pebble Pad to track the performance of the student and provide an on-going diary of the work is very good practice indeed".

What our students think

"I have thoroughly enjoyed my three years studying Film at Wolverhampton. The course has been an interesting and rewarding experience, with thanks to excellent staff and facilities in the Light House centre. All of the staff within the department are always willing to give you advice and share their excellent knowledge within their areas of study as well as building on others alongside their students.

Lectures are always on-time, well-structured and varied. You never feel uncomfortable to take part in seminars and you can guarantee that someone will mention something that you would have never have thought of.”

Emma Robbins, Class of 2009

“The English staff have been brilliant during my years studying at Wolverhampton. They have been so encouraging and supportive, and their enthusiasm for the subject is obvious. I truly enjoyed my time here very much.”

D. Weston, Class of 2009

Career path

Film Studies and English graduates have gone on to pursue a variety of careers in the public and private sector, as our teaching and assessment techniques encourage students to develop an openness of mind and an intellectual creativity that employers value. Some graduates now work in journalism; others are employed as teachers and lecturers, while others have opted for postgraduate study – both here at Wolverhampton, and at prestigious institutions throughout the world.

What skills will you gain?

1 Articulate, both in the written and spoken language, knowledge and understanding of texts, theories, discourse conventions and strategies relevant to English and Film Studies within a multicultural context.

2 Plan, conduct and complete work independently.

3 Exhibit critical self-awareness and intellectual curiosity about cultural production in a multi-cultural context.

4 Engage in the comprehension, analysis and appreciation of literary and filmic texts using a variety of written, oral, visual and digital resources.

5 Demonstrate key employment skills (e.g. self-management, IT, digital literacy, enterprise, working in groups)

Entry requirements

2018 Entry

  • BBC from ‘A’ levels
  • BTEC National Diploma grade D*D*
  • BTEC QCF Extended Diploma grade DMM
  • Access to HE Diploma full award (Pass of 60 credits - of which a minimum of 45 credits must be at level 3 including 18 at Merit or Distinction).
  • If you've got other qualifications or relevant experience, please contact The Gateway for further advice before applying.
  • International entry requirements and application guidance can be found here

Other Requirements

Students must have studied a minimum of two years post GCSE level. However, it is expected that some applicants will be mature students with work experience, who wish to further their career development. These applicants will be processed through standard procedures, which may involve an interview as part of the process. Please see http://wlv.ac.uk/mature for further information.

Those who do not meet the entry requirements may be offered an alternative course.

Course fees and finance

2018/9 Home/EU International
Full time £9,250 £11,700
Part time # £2,835
2017/8 Home/EU International
Full time £9,250 £11,475
Part time # £2,835

The University also offers a range of Bursaries and Scholarships in addition to other financial support packages

These fees are applicable for new entrants in 2018/9. If you have any queries regarding the fees listed please contact

These fees are for the current academic year only. Any subsequent years may be subject to an annual increase, usually in line with inflation.

# Undergraduate part-time fees for 50% rate of study

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