English and German Literature BA
Why study English and German Literature at Warwick?
  • You will be based in the Department of German Studies, (part of the School of Modern Languages and Cultures), but will study half of your modules with the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies.
  • Our School of Modern Languages and Cultures comprises excellent academic specialisms (French, German, Hispanic and Italian Studies) and the Language Centre (whose offerings also include Arabic, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin and Portuguese), leading to a powerful combination of languages, research interests and degree courses.
  • The constituent academic subjects have consistently ranked among the very best in the UK in national and international league tables and are well known for their excellent scores in terms of student satisfaction. Modules and degree courses are under constant review, ensuring that they are fresh, effective and challenging. Some courses are open to students who are beginners or intermediate in a language.
  • You will have access to outstanding facilities, including:

- the University Language Centre, where there are opportunities to take extra language courses in addition to your main course of study (additional fees apply)

- the Transnational Resources Centre (TRC), giving you exclusive access to over 3,000 DVDs in French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese plus multimedia facilities, satellite television with integrated off-air recording facilities, video-editing software (with technical support), and DVD projection equipment.

  • In the department of English and Comparative Literary Studies you will be learning from experts at the forefront of their fields. A unique focus on Shakespeare draws on our proximity to the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon. Other research strengths include renaissance literature, eighteenth century studies, American literature, women’s writing, world and comparative literature, post-colonal literature, creative writing, poetry and poetics, drama and performance, literary and cultural theory.
BA Award
Full-time Study Mode
4 years Duration
QR32 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

Entry Requirements
A level:
AAB including English Literature and a modern foreign language or Latin/Ancient Greek
IB: 36 points including 5 in Higher Level English Literature and 5 in a Higher Level modern foreign language or Latin/Ancient Greek

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