Study Humanities at DMU

De Montfort University, UK

Choose from Creative Writing, English or History

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De Montfort University, UK

Choose from Creative Writing, English or History

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Study Humanities at DMU

The School of Humanities is made up of Creative Writing, English Literature, English Language, History and modern languages. 

 Undergraduate courses
Creative Writing BA (Hons)
Creative Writing and Drama BA (Hons)
Creative Writing and Film Studies BA (Hons)
Creative Writing and Journalism BA (Hons)
Education Studies BA (Hons)
Education Studies with French BA (Hons)
Education Studies with Mandarin BA (Hons)
Education Studies with Psychology BA (Hons)
Education Studies with Spanish BA (Hons)
English and Creative Writing BA (Hons)
English Literature BA (Hons)
English Language BA (Hons)

English Literature and Drama BA (Hons)

English Literature and Journalism BA (Hons)

English Literature and Journalism BA (Hons)

English Literature with French, Mandarin or Spanish BA (Hons)
English Language and Journalism BA (Hons)
English Language with French, Mandarin or Spanish BA (Hons)
English Language with Media BA (Hons)

English Language with TESOL BA (Hons) 

History BA (Hons)

History  and International Relations BA (Hons)

History and Politics BA (Hons)

History with French, Mandarin or Spanish BA (Hons)

All undergraduate humanities courses are three years in duration (or four years if optional placement year is available) and start in September.

 Postgraduate courses
Creative Writing MA
 Education Practice MA
 English MA
 English Language Teaching MA
 History MA

Sports History and Culture MA (Online only)

All postgraduate humanities courses are one year in duration and start in September.

Work placements

Our excellent industry links give you the opportunity to undertake placements and allow you to gain professional work experience. 

Some courses also offer the opportunity to do a year-long placement in industry. If you are on a Tier 4 visa and are approved to undertake a one year work placement, you will be granted a longer visa that includes the work placement. 

However if you so not subsequently undertake a placement, we will curtail your visa which may have implications for any further Tier 4 visa applications. Any time added for work placements will contribute towards your time limit for studying in the UK. 

Entry requirements

To check the entry criteria for your country, visit dmu.ac.uk/yourcountry or email us at iao@dmu.ac.uk 

If you do not meet the English language criteria, you may want to consider joining a DMU pre-sessional English course before you begin your studies.

How to apply

Step 1

Download a free application form or apply using our online portal. Undergraduate students can also apply via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) using the UCAS Institution Code: DEM/D26.

Step 2

Prepare the following documents: 

  • A copy of your qualifications
  • A copy of your English language certificate
  • A copy of your passport
  • 1 reference for undergraduate study/2 references for postgraduate study

Step 3

Return your application and documents to the International Admissions Office at admissions@dmu.ac.uk.

 

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