Faculty of Arts and Humanities - University of East Anglia

Bachelor in Philosophy and Film Studies - Grado en Filosofía y Cine

Faculty of Arts and Humanities - University of East Anglia
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The BA Philosophy and Film Studies encourages you to engage with how film can illustrate philosophical themes and problems, exploring whether iconic films such as Blade Runner, Memento and The Matrix can argue a philosophical point as well as show it.

Taught through our Philosophy and Film, Television and Media Studies departments, you will benefit from a dynamic combination of academic expertise and learning resources. Due to our collaborative teaching approach, this degree programme offers you a unique perspective on the study of philosophy alongside a rigorous, academic approach to studying film.


Qualification: BA (Hons)
A Level: ABB
International Baccalaureate: 32 points
Scottish Highers: At least one Advanced Higher preferred in addition to Highers
Scottish Advanced Highers: ABB
Irish Leaving Certificate: AABBBB
Access Course: Please contact the University for further information
BTEC: DDM plus one A-level at Grade B in Arts or Humanities subject
European Baccalaureate: 75%



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As a graduate, your acute and critical mind will be highly regarded by employers. We know how important it is to be well prepared for a future career, so offer a range of employability support services:

Receive coaching in networking and creative job hunting, and be supported to be proactive in gaining experience.
Access a comprehensive career management programme, employer and industry focused events and one-to-one guidance.
Meet alumni to understand particular career sectors and routes into professions from the perspective of someone with recent experience.
The UEA Mentoring Programme will pair you with alumni working in a variety of sectors who are uniquely placed to help provide advice and guidance on navigating those first steps into graduate employment.

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