This pathway is for for students wishing to study any of the following undergraduate programmes:
Along with the four core modules, the arts, communications, humanities and social sciences pathway also includes the following modules:
This module is for students interested in the Arts and Humanities who want to engage in exploring how London has been portrayed over the ages through various means: literary and non-literary texts, historical events and films.
The module introduces students to interpretation of sources, and focuses on the development of academic skills of writing, argumentation, structuring and referencing.
This module will introduce students to the concept of identity. Identity will be examined in relation to psychological theories, but also social elements like class, gender, race and nation.
Discussions will occur on identity formation and the impact of prejudice, otherness and of pluralities of identities. Students will also develop the skills to present a short video on a topic of their choice related to the notion of identity.
Please note: information published on this webpage is subject to change before the programme commences. Please refer to the Programme Specification document (PDF) for an authoritative summary of the programme.
* this programme is currently subject to validation.