Drama at the University of East Anglia has been ranked joint 1st for overall satisfaction and teaching out of all English mainstream universities, according to the 2013 National Student Survey and 2nd in the 2015 Guardian Univeristy Guide. This programme combines modules in English literature with practical drama modules, enabling you to study the relationships between the practices of writing in all major genres - prose, poetry and drama - and the practices of dramatic production and acting. There is also the opportunity for you to study on placement with professional companies. A final year module brings the two subjects together in a study of the concept of genre, and of the adaptation of literature for the stage.
The joint course in Literature and Drama divides your study between the two disciplines. The way in which you select modules means that you decide the precise balance between literature and drama in your course. You may, for example, choose to study a wide range of genres, including the novel and poetry, or gradually to specialise in dramatic literature.
Qualification: BA (Hons)
A Level: AAB including English Literature (or English Language & Literature)
International Baccalaureate: 33 points overall with 5 in HL English
Scottish Highers: At least one Advanced Higher preferred in addition to Highers
Scottish Advanced Highers: AAB including English Literature
Irish Leaving Certificate: AAAABB including English
Access Course: Please contact the university for further information.
BTEC: DDD accepted alongside English Literature A-level
European Baccalaureate: 80% overall, with 80% in English Literature
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