|Study location||United Kingdom, Clifton campus|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Joint honours degrees provide you with the maximum flexibility to study subject areas that really interest you. This gives you the opportunity to study your two favourite subjects within one degree course.
Our course combinations are designed so that what you learn in one subject will complement and enhance what you learn in the other. In your final year you can choose either to split your time evenly between your two subjects, or to specialise in one.
Film and TV
You’ll learn about the film and television industries, as well as other factors that shape the movies and shows you see on screen. The course will build your understanding of how films and TV programmes work, how we make sense of them and how they convey meaning. You’ll also learn about their audiences, and explore how they function in the age of global corporations and digital media.
As a Film and TV student at NTU, you’ll experience our unique slant on this fascinating area. Our diverse choice of modules not only explore fundamental approaches and innovative thinking within film and television study, but also allow you to pursue your own specialist interests.
We stand out for the range of cultures our course covers, and for the opportunity we bring you to study European cinema in depth, with modules available during each year of your degree. As well as their specialist knowledge, our staff bring a real enthusiasm and commitment to their teaching.
This course is taught by a team of eminent researchers. In the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF, 2014) 70% of our Communication, Culture and Media research was assessed as world leading or internationally excellent. For you, this means that the course is informed by the latest thinking and you will learn from people with a real passion for their subject.
This subject aims to develop your powers of argument, critical thinking and conceptual analysis through the search for answers to ultimate questions. People have been studying philosophy for about 3,000 years and its original questions are still being discussed by today’s leading minds. Philosophers believe that the ability to question and to think critically about the world in which we live is an important skill, something that is now increasingly recognised by many of today’s leading employers.
Philosophy at NTU differs from the typical philosophy courses on offer at most other universities as it is not a course in the history of ideas. The course at NTU is organised around some of the philosophical problems faced by today’s decision-makers in their professional lives. In general, philosophy at NTU examines the interface between philosophical ideas and everyday life, and the course has been designed in order to help you think more clearly and more critically about the world in which you live.
At the end of your studies, you should be able to think through complex issues and questions with both clarity and rigour. No intellectual problem should daunt you! No wonder philosophy graduates are in demand by today’s employers, and as a Philosophy graduate from NTU you will be ahead of the pack.
How will I learn?
Each year students choose a range of core and optional modules from the lists above. The first year is normally divided equally between the two joint honours subjects but at the end of Year One, students have the opportunity to select between an equally weighted joint honours course and a more specialised pathway depending on their interests.
Teaching principally takes place through a combination of:
lectures (where tutors introduce the key ideas)
seminars (organised on the basis of smaller group discussion of those ideas).
Your career development
This is a major part of the curriculum. Key transferable skills are emphasised and there are opportunities to develop links with organisations and potential employers. As a result we have an outstanding record of graduate employment.
Joint honours courses develop a wide range of skills. These include:
written and oral communication skills
the ability to work independently and in groups
a variety of IT skills.
Our recent Film and TV and Philosophy Joint Honours graduates have gone onto careers in:
Other careers could include:
Many graduates also choose to undertake further study on one of our master’s-level courses or MPhil and PhD research degrees.
We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.