Can I specialise in one subject?
Yes. Under the current regulations governing the programmes, you can study up to four modules in one subject in your second year, and a further four modules in the same subject in your final year, so it is theoretically possible to major in one subject to the extent that it accounts for two-thirds of your studies in your final two years. In practice, this might not always be possible, either because of local rules (in English, for example, you would be limited to six modules across these years) or because there are not enough modules in the subject in question (in History of Art, for example, it is very unlikely that more than two modules will be available at each level). The regulations are subject to review, however, and it is a possibility that, in the future, this limit might be reduced to three modules per year, but even if it is it would still be possible to take up to half of the degree in a single subject.