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Arts and Humanities

Think differently and learn to communicate with impact. These degrees explore big ideas and consider how people are influenced, how language works and how society changes. They are perfect for you if you enjoy creative thinking and coming up with new concepts.

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Undergraduate courses

Sports journalism students on work experience

BA (Hons) Sports Journalism

Undergraduate

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BA (Hons) English

Undergraduate

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Journalism Student at The Workshop

BA (Hons) Journalism

Undergraduate

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BA (Hons) Journalism with Photography

Undergraduate

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Postgraduate courses

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MA Arts, Health & Wellbeing

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MA Literature for Children and Young Adults

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MREs student reading books for his research

MRes

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PGCE Secondary Education with Drama

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Student testimonials

Abby Davies, 3rd year, BA (Hons) Journalism.

“Through my lecturer I got work experience at BBC Radio Devon. Around two weeks later, I was offered the opportunity to work some paid shifts as a Broadcast Assistant and I’ve been involved in some amazing projects since! I can’t believe that I’m getting paid to do a job that I really, really love.”



Tip Cullen, BA (Hons) Acting, 2018 graduate.

“Marjonis definitely geared up for supporting you through university life, especially the academic side of it and there's lots of empathy and support for mature students.”


Shannon Brown, 3rd year, BA (Hons) Journalism.

“A student who had lost a lot of weight was prepared to share his story. We filmed and edited it and it was good enough to go on the BBC. Never in a million years did I think my work at University would feature on the BBC’s website. I think it got more than 100,000 views.”


Chloe Carrubba, BA (Hons) Acting, 2018 graduate.

“What has made the difference is being somewhere where people could get to know me and I could discover myself before entering the professional world. This is why I am getting better work now, I'm not only secure in my ability to act but also secure in who I am as a person, which shines through. ”

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