Film studies provides an imaginative approach to researching film and visual media texts, and how these have changed over time and across cultures. You will explore a range of issues, such as representations of gender, race and sexuality, and the politics and economics of the global entertainment industry. You will develop the technical language and key analytical skills, as well as the practical elements of this discipline according to your interests. With this knowledge and experience, you will be equipped for a career in the film or media industries, or related fields such as marketing, education or research. Why choose this course?
- No.1 in the UK for Film Studies (National Student Survey, 2020)
- Work Placement opportunities to gain key transferable skills to enhance your career prospects
- Discover diverse cultures through an International Year at a partner university across the globe
- Assessment methods develop your skills as a creative writer, researcher or practitioner
- Tailor your degree and explore both theory and practice based on your interests and careers aspirations
For a list of indicative modules please visit the course page on the Keele University website.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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