Why study more than one subject?
If you love two subjects and don't want to choose between them you don't have to.
English and History? French and German? Philosophy and Theology? You can pair these up and more.
Something old, something new
You may love one subject but want to explore something else as well.
If you already love the Classical world but want to explore its physical remains as well you can.
Or if American politics and culture already fascinates you but you want to explore film and television alongside it's an option.
One theme, different perspectives
All issues have different sides to examine.
Interested in climate change both from the physical record and the events that have caused it? Try Archaeology and History.
How about the way language has developed and the values it communicates? Combine English and Philosophy.
Most graduate employers are interested in your skills more than your subject knowledge.
They want people who:
- are flexible
- are able to look at problems from different angles
- can manage muliple priorities
- appreciate complexity.
Studying more than one subject helps to demonstrate this.
American and Canadian Studies
Explore the history and culture of the United States and Canada
Study ancient Greece and Rome
Learn about our past through material evidence
Examine the literature, culture and society of classical Greece and Rome
Study ancient Greek and Latin as a gateway to the ancient world
Contemporary Chinese Studies
Study in depth the country that China is today
Encounter prose, poetry, drama and linguistics across the ages
Film and Television Studies
Interrogate cinema and television as both art forms and industries
Study periods, themes and events from the medieval to the present day
History of Art
Examine objects and images from the past and how they influence us today
International Media and Communications
Study the theory and history of communications in a global context
Study and connect multiple subjects in one degree
Build your own degree programme from multiple subjects and combine these different perspectives into one degree.
French German Portuguese Russian Serbian/Croatian Spanish
Learn a language alongside its literature, linguistics, history, politics and culture.
Explore the importance of music and creativity in society
Learn how to think clearly, argue coherently and communicate effectively
Theology and Religious Studies
Includes the study of texts, philosophy, history and different religious traditions
The foundation programme is designed for:
- UK students whose school-leaving qualifications do not meet the admissions requirements for direct entry to our undergraduate programmes
- mature students holding non-standard qualifications
- students facing education barriers.
Find out more about our foundation programme.