This degree has been designed for students who want to explore unique perspectives on the world. PHILOSOPHY gives you the ability to question the world in a critical manner, which is a vital skill that many of today's leading employers are seeking. FILM & TV will show you how to examine classic film and TV programmes and the course will consider the contemporary digital revolution. This is an ideal course for anyone who has a real interest in film, TV and other small screen forms, both mainstream and alternative. Film and TV is the perfect course for you if you have a strong interest in film, television and other small screen forms, both mainstream and alternative. You’ll learn about the film and television industries, as well as other factors that shape the movies and shows you see on screen. This course will build your understanding of how films and TV programmes work; how to make sense of them; and how they convey meaning. We stand out for the range of cultures our course covers, and for the opportunity to study international cinema in depth, with modules available throughout your degree. Philosophy aims to develop your powers of argument, critical thinking and conceptual analysis through the search for answers to ultimate questions. This course differs from the typical philosophy courses on offer at most other universities as it is not a course in the history of ideas. The course is organised around some of the philosophical problems faced by today's decision-makers in their professional lives. In general, this course examines the interface between philosophical ideas and everyday life, and has been designed in order to help you think more clearly and more critically about the world in which you live. Philosophy will allow you to question the world in a critical way to develop excellent written and oral communication which is needed to recognise global trends and to articulate debates. Film & TV will allow you to study international cinema in depth and you'll gain a critical awareness of how film and TV programmes are constructed and how they convey meaning. You'll develop vital transferable skills such as critical thinking, interpersonal skills, be able to work effectively both independently and within a team. 92% of our joint honours Film & TV undergraduates are in work or further study within just six months of finishing their degree (DLHE 2016/17). Our recent undergraduates from this course have pursued a range of interesting careers including; teaching, journalism, marketing, various language and linguistic careers, the civil service and in law.
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How to apply
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The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
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