|Study location||United Kingdom, Sheffield|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
good results in English Literature
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.
IELTS: 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 in each band)
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
As an English and Theatre student, you take a compulsory module in both your degree subjects in each semester.
In the first year, your compulsory Theatre modules are Theatre Practice: Interpreting Texts and Theatre Practice: Making Texts; these modules explore dramatic texts, and alternative methods of performance-making such as devising, through a combination of practice, research and discussion.
Your English Literature modules are Studying Prose and Studying Poetry. These are designed to make you rethink the study of poetry, narrative and literary theory. There are optional modules in theatre, film studies, creative writing and critical contexts, or you can take modules in other subjects offered outside the School.
In the second and third years, you’ll take core Theatre modules exploring performance in history, and contemporary performance practices; you’ll also do at least one practice-based research project and present an original individual or group performance in your final year.
In English Literature, you’ll study major periods and writers from the Renaissance to the Restoration, through the 18th century and Romanticism to Modernism and contemporary literature.
There are chances to work with the local community through projects such as Storying Sheffield, which empowers local people to tell the stories of their lives; for modules such as Theatre in Social Contexts, students regularly work with school children, or in the city’s museums. You could also apply to study abroad in your second year: we have exchange agreements with universities in the USA and Europe.
Theatre Practice: Interpreting Texts
Theatre Practice: Making Texts
Arts and Humanities Faculty Challenge – ThinkCreate
Theatre Practice: Performance I
Theatre Practice: Performance II
Adaptation: Theory and Practice
America in the 1960s
Applied Theatre Design and Production
British Theatre Since 1960
Creative Writing Poetry 2
Creative Writing Prose Fiction 2
Criticism and Literary Theory
Darwin and the Nineteenth-Century Novel
Good Books: Intertextual Approaches to Literature and the Bible
Introduction to Middle English
Introduction to Modern Irish
Introduction to Old English
Literary Mad Scientists: From Frankenstein to Einstein
Literature and Nonsense
Love and Death: The Films of Woody Allen
Post-War British Realist Cinema
Radical Texts: transforming performance, 1920s to the present
Representing the Holocaust
Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature
Satire and Print in the Eighteenth Century
Secrets and Lies:Victorian Life-Writing
The History of Persuasion
Writing the Real
Theatre Practice: Performance Essay
Afro-American Literature 1: Beginnings to the Harlem Renaissance
Afro-American Literature 2: 1940 to the Present
America and the Avant-Garde, 1950’s-1990’s
Byron and Shelley
Contemporary British Theatre
Creative Writing Poetry 3
Fin de siècle Gothic
Imagining the North
No Animals were Harmed in the Making of this Module: Animals in Film
Romantic and Victorian Poetry
Romantic and Victorian Prose
Sappho’s Granddaughters: Poetry by Women 1789-1901
Sex and Decadence in Restoration Theatre
Theatre Practice: Research Project – Applied Theatre
Theatre Practice: Research Project – Ensemble
Theatre Practice: Research Project – Texts
War on Screen
Women Playwrights on the International Stage: 1880s-1930s
Women/Self/Writing: Women’s Autobiography, c.1400 – Present
Writing Fiction 3
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We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.