History BA (Hons)
Nurture your understanding of social, cultural and political developments in Britain, Europe and the wider world from 1700 onwardsFull-Time, Part-Time3 Years, 6 Years
English Literature BA (Hons)
Study poems, plays, and prose narratives - you'll learn to write about, discuss and investigate the history and culture of English.Full-Time, Part-Time3 Years, 6 Years
Media Communication Cultures BA (Hons)
Explore cultural trends and the power of the media - from the internet, television, radio, popular music, cinema and many moreFull-Time, Part-Time3 Years, 6 Years
Undergraduate Courses (8)
Explore all forms of writing, from historical narratives to literary texts, drama to adaptations, and mediated writing that makes use of technology.
The best writers are great readers. Explore the principles of great literature. Let your imagination take flight and develop your own creative voice, producing short stories, autobiographical writing, poetry and script. You will be taught by award-winning writers (poets, fiction writers and playwrights), and graduate with a recognised degree and employable skills in literary research and creative communications.
From landscapes and air pollution to the politics of revolution, learn about how modern history continues to shape our world and how historians look to the future based on their understanding of the past. Expand your knowledge of social, cultural and political development in Britain, Europe and the wider world from 1700 onwards. Analyse documents including films, official records, personal narratives and letters in the context of global events. Work directly with communities in Leeds and help uncover the city's rich history. With transferable skills in research, writing and critical analysis, you will be a highly employable graduate.
From The Globe to the global. In today's media-saturated culture you are never far away from a story. Understand the relationship between English literature and modern media by exploring the social and historical backgrounds of Shakespeare's plays, Victorian novels and contemporary literature.
Create the future of communications. A dynamic course that critically explores cultural trends and media industries. Engage with all forms of mass communication: the internet, social media, television, radio, popular music and cinema.
Postgraduate Courses (3)