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BA Film Studies and Sciences & Psychology (3 Years)

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  • Entry requirements
    Selected entry requirements A level: Grades from AAB-BBB. For Film Studies there are no subject requirements but Film Studies is likely to appeal to students who have studied Media Studies, Theatre Studies, Drama, English Literature or a Modern Language. In the Sciences and Psychology area of study a relevant science subject is required for admission, depending on the choice of science subject (except for Psychology where there are no specific subject requirements). You should specify which Science you would like to be considered for in the further information section on your UCAS form. BTEC Applied Science accepted. Unit grade information: The University of Manchester welcomes the provision of unit grade information which, like all other available information, will inform the consideration of applications. Unit grades will not normally form part of offer conditions, except for Mathematics programmes. GCSE: Minimum of grade C in English Language. Key Skills qualification: The University warmly welcomes applications from students studying the Key Skills qualification. However, as the opportunities to take these modules are not open to all applicants, currently this is not an essential requirement of the University. International baccalaureate: Contact us for further information. Additional entry requirements Additional entry requirements exist for this course. You may view these by selecting from the list below.
  • Academic Title
    BA Film Studies and Sciences & Psychology
  • Course description
    Course description

    Combined Studies offers you a degree which allows you to study course units from Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and some Sciences. The degree is structured around a range of disciplines, and is therefore able to draw on a wide range of University Schools in order to make a wide selection of courses available to you. The structure of the degree is designed to provide both coherence and flexibility.

    In the Film Studies area of specialisation you will study core course units in film theory and the history of film drawn from Europe, Latin America and Hollywood. These will be taught through Drama, Modern Languages and History of Art. The core courses study a mix of mainstream and avant-garde film material and will provide a thorough grounding in film history, film theory and its application to questions of style and form. (This course does not include any practical elements of film making).

    By including a Science in the Combined Studies programme you can combine the study of a science and non-science subject at degree level - there are few programmes in Britain that allow you this flexibility. Only one science may be studied and course units are often grouped in multiples of two or three. Sciences available within the degree include the Life Sciences, Earth Sciences, Mathematics and Psychology.

    Special features

    Combine arts, social sciences and some sciences in a single degree programme.

    Wide range of courses available.

    Career opportunities
    A degree in Combined Studies gives access to numerous possibilities for further study or training, and future employment: our students have become teachers, translators, journalists, social workers; have joined TV companies and multi-national firms; have entered, in fact, all the careers usually open to Arts and Social Science graduates. Many go on to postgraduate study. In our experience many employers look favourably on students who have demonstrated their abilities in more than one field.

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