BA Film-Television Studies and Russian

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  • Objectives
    The joint honours courses allow students to appreciate the ways in which cinema and television operate both as art forms and industries and within specific historical and social contexts. It also provides students with a solid grounding in Russian language and culture.
  • Entry requirements
    Required subjects: B in Russian or good AS level; no other specific subjects, but normally one of English, history, politics, media studies, film, sociology IB score: 30 (5 in Russian)
  • Academic title
    BA Film/Television Studies and Russian
  • Course description
    BA Film/Television Studies and Russian


    Year one

    You engage in multi disciplinary activity and core studies in Hollywood and international film history, analysis of film texts and key critical perspectives, and the development of television. Russian Beginners' have intensive language instruction, and all students take modules on Russian history, cinema and literature.

    Year two

    You deepen your understanding of key critical and theoretical approaches in the study of the production, circulation and cultural reception of film and television. Modules explore the way in which film and television converge in the contemporary media landscape, explore the phenomenon of transnational media flows, and consider the social significance of the culture industries and issues of representation. In Russian, you consolidate your language studies to prepare you for the year abroad.

    Year three

    Spent in Russia, studying at a university or language school, with further opportunities for travel and volunteer work.

    Year four

    You specialise in specific aspects of film and television studies by choosing from a range of advanced modules. These offer the possibility of investigating new and emerging areas of film studies concerning the production of texts, film-going and film audiences. You will also write an independent research dissertation. You apply your Russian language skills in high-level modules, including employment-related ones. There is a wide range of specialist literary and cultural options and fast-track modules in Serbian/Croatian and Slovene.

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