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 firstname.lastname@example.org