Dr Elisabetta Girelli is Honours Adviser.
The pre-advising guide can be downloaded here.
Your degree programme
Film Studies is available as an MA Joint Honours with the following programmes: Ancient History, Arabic, Art History, Biblical Studies, Classical Studies, Economics, English, French*, Geography, German*, International Relations, Italian*, Modern History, Philosophy, Psychology (NEW!), Russian*, Scottish History, Social Anthropology, Spanish*, and Theological Studies.
* Starred programmes include an integrated year abroad.
What modules do you study?
You are required to complete 480 credits overall. This typically takes 4 years to complete. In the first two years (level 1 and level 2) you take a total of 240 credits or 120 credits per year. 80 credits of these (40 per year) must consist of the four introductory subhonours modules. These are, FM1001 and FM1002 at level one, and FM2001 and FM2002 at level two.
To gain entry into Honours requires passes at 11 or better in FM2001 and FM2002. Bear in mind that FM1001 is now a prerequisite for FM1002 and FM2001, and that FM2001 is the prerequisite for FM2002.
At the Honours level you must take a total of 120 credits at 3000 and/or 4000- level modules in Film Studies, including 30 credits in FM3001. Further details of credit allotment can be found in the Film Studies Undergraduate Handbook.
Honours Adviser: Dr Elisabetta Girelli
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