Do you want to understand more about how writing lies at the heart of everything we do – its ability to change our minds and change the world?
Creativity can arise anywhere. But there’s something inspirational about being in an environment infused with spontaneity and energy.
Be part of the next generation of Warwick writers, directors, actors, designers, reviewers, teachers, academics, and producers who are shaping the creative industries in the UK today.
Literature and History are vitally intertwined. On this course you'll think about, question, and blur the line between them.
English and French is a joint honours degree which will enable you to focus in a sustained way on two rich and diverse literary traditions, while also enabling you to develop your skills in French language.
English and German is a degree which has a strong and distinctive comparative literary approach for those wishing to pursue a study of German language and culture together with the English-speaking tradition and the interconnections and interactions between the two.
English and Hispanic Studies is a joint degree with a strong and distinctive comparative approach which has been specially designed for those who wish to begin or pursue a study of Spanish language and literature whilst continuing to study the English tradition, as well as exploring interactions between the two.
This degree has been specially designed for those who wish to begin or pursue a study of Italian language and culture whilst continuing to study the English tradition, as well as exploring interactions between the two.
This equally weighted joint honours degree brings together a traditional discipline (literature) with a newer, pervasive and culturally essential one (film and screen studies).
This flexible course explores both Literature and Philosophy, notably how they relate to, and interact with, each other.
One of the few courses in the UK that considers the multiple and ever-evolving interactions between the artistic production of classical antiquity and English literature, from Shakespeare to contemporary poets, novelists and dramatists.