BA (Hons) English with History (UCAS code QV31) and BA (Hons) History with English (UCAS code 1V3Q)

The programme builds on the rich heritage within the SW region to enhance the study of English and History in both a local, national and international context. It is designed to provide students with the skills needed for employment as well as enabling progression to further study for example teacher training courses, a pathway which many students have traditionally followed.



Duration: Three years (Full-time), at least six years (Part-time)


Mode of Study: Full-time & Part-time


Course Fee (2017/18): £6,000 per year (Full-time); £3,000 per year (Part-Time)

Please see http://www.ycuc.ac.uk/FeesFunding.html for further information relating to fees.


Awarding Body: University of Gloucestershire


Example Content: New Directions: Reading and Research Skills for Criticism; The Development of Novels; Reading and Creating Poetry and Drama; Novel Adaptions; History and the Historians, Hands on History; Sources for study; Themes in British and European History 1870-1951 Historical Perspectives on Society and Culture; Writing for.a Revolution; the Literature of Space and Place; Interpreting Shakespeare; Twentieth Century Writing and Difference The Practice of English and History and PDP; Research in action; History on a global scale. Dissertation and Communicating English or History projects.


Entry Requirements: You need 48 UCAS points, achieved via A Levels, Access qualifications or other appropriate equivalent qualifications. You should also be able to demonstrate competence in English and Maths, normally through grade C or above in these subjects at GCSE. Applicants may be invited to interview.


How do I apply: To study full-time, please apply through UCAS (Institute name: YEOV, Institute code: Y25, Course code for English with History: QV31, or History with English: 1V3Q). For the part-time route, please apply direct to the Yeovil College University Centre by calling 01935 845454 or emailing university.centre@yeovil.ac.uk