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Philosophy and English Literature [with Foundation Year]

Anglia Ruskin University
  • Data de início

    2020 - 2021
  • Fees

    £9 250
  • Study mode

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  • Campus

    Cambridge Campus
  • Qualification

    Bachelor of Arts

O melhor curso na melhor universidade para você

Tackle the biggest questions facing humanity and discover how others have tried to solve them. Explore how different societies have shaped, and been shaped by, English literature. Become a self-reliant researcher with critical and analytical skills suited to many different careers. Studying Philosophy and English literature together will allow you to imbue your creative writing with a consideration of universal questions, creating literature with substance as well as style. Youâ??ll be introduced to the biggest puzzles that have fascinated humans for centuries, such as â??who are we?â??, â??what can we know?â?? and â??what should we do to lead worthwhile lives?â?? - as well as finding out how the greatest minds have tried to solve them. Youâ??ll also discover the importance of English literature; how it is affected by the culture, language, technology and economics of the period, but also how it influences readers and society itself. By studying English literature you will, in turn, explore many other subjects, including history, politics, religion, psychology and the history of art. By exploring these disciplines, and engaging in debates with your fellow students, youâ??ll develop your thinking so it becomes more rigorous, systematic and creative. Youâ??ll also pick up transferable key skills that will be of use throughout your career, including critical analysis, complex problem solving, judgement, and the specific methods of literary research, such as bibliographies, databases and information technology. Your studies will be supported by a staff that offers one-to-one personal tutoring and personalised feedback on your assessments. Our Philosophy courses were voted 2nd in the UK for 'Satisfied with feedback' in the Guardian University Guide 2018.