|Course||A level typical offer||International Baccalaureate||Essential subjects|
|Theatre and Performance Studies (W440)||AAB||36 points||We prefer Theatre Studies/Drama at A Level, but we consider all subject combinations including English Literature, Art & Design, History, Sociology or science subjects. If your school or college does not offer Theatre Studies/Drama, this should be made clear on your application.|
|English and Theatre Studies (QW34)||AAB + AS Level B in a fourth subject||36 points including 6 in Higher Level English||Advanced or Higher level qualifications in English Literature, normally grade A (predicted or achieved). A level English Language is acceptable in addition to English Literature, but is not normally acceptable as a substitute. Combined A level English Language/Literature is acceptable, providing evidence of wider reading in literature is shown in your Personal Statement.|
|French with Theatre Studies (R1W4)||ABB||34 points including 6 in Higher Level French.||A level or Higher Level qualifications in French.|
|German and Theatre Studies (RW24)||ABB||36 points including 6 in Higher level German||A level or Higher Level qualifications in German.|
|Italian with Theatre Studies (R3W4)||ABB||34 points||A level/Higher Level Italian not required. Candidates normally offer a foreign language at A/Advanced Higher/ IB Higher Level, but if this is not possible, other evidence of competence in the study of foreign languages will be considered.|
Offers normally exclude General Studies and Critical Thinking. Critical Thinking is normally accepted to AS Level only.
Access course entry requirements: Access to Higher Education Diploma (QAA recognised) including appropriate subjects with distinction grades in level 3 units. Substantial study of literature is essential.
Undergraduate admissions advice
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Email: S dot Jestrovic at warwick dot ac dot uk
Office: G29, Millburn House
Email: C dot Brennan at warwick dot ac dot uk