From Anglo-Saxon epics to Renaissance drama, love poetry and contemporary novels – English is a rich and varied degree.
At Durham, you can study English Literature as a Single Honours degree, or as a Joint Honours degree with Philosophy or History. You can also take English Literature in Combined Honours and Education Studies with English Studies. Whichever route you take, we aim to stimulate a living interest in literature and so all our courses are designed to equip you with the study methods and knowledge to help you develop your own informed positions.
Click on the course in which you are interested to see the programme structure. Please note that this information may change as courses develop and you should therefore treat it as a guide to the typical pattern of the programme rather than a definitive statement of what you will study.
|Entry quota: Durham 103||Degree||UCAS code||Length||Typical offer||Campus|
|English Literature||BA (Hons)||Q300||3 yrs||A*AA||Durham|
|English Literature and History||BA (Hons)||QV21||3 yrs||A*AA||Durham|
|English Literature and Philosophy||BA (Hons)||QV35||3 yrs||A*AA||Durham|
|Education Studies - English Literature||BA (Hons)||X1Q3||3 yrs||AAB||Durham|
|Combined Honours in Arts*||BA (Hons)||QRV0||3 or 4 yrs||A*AA||Durham|
*This degree can also be taken on a part-time basis
Contact Admissions Secretary, T 0191 334 2576. Please see Department of English Studies homepage for further information.