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BA (Hons) English & Drama/Drama & English

BA (Hons) English & Drama/Drama & English …

This degree combines the study of literatures in English with the study of theatre and performance. It brings insights from a range of perspectives to develop your analytical and…

  • English and Comparative Literature, Theatre and Performance
  • Undergraduate
BA Engish and American Literature

BA Engish and American Literature

Why study BA English and American Literature at Goldsmiths? Find out more about our undergraduate degree, entry requirements and course structure.

  • English and Comparative Literature
  • Undergraduate
BA English and Creative Writing

BA English and Creative Writing

Each level of the English & Creative Writing degree at Goldsmiths includes a year-long creative writing module alongside a range of English literature modules.

  • English and Comparative Literature
  • Undergraduate
BA English and History

BA English and History

Explore the disciplines of history and English literature with our BA English and History undergraduate degree at Goldsmiths, University of London.

  • English and Comparative Literature, History
  • Undergraduate
BA English Language and Literature

BA English Language and Literature

The BA English Language and Literature degree at Goldsmiths, University of London, provides a broad foundation in literary studies and linguistics.

  • English and Comparative Literature
  • Undergraduate
BA English

BA English

Study BA English at Goldsmiths – our undergraduate English degree lets you specialise in areas of interest and study a diverse range of literature.

  • English and Comparative Literature
  • Undergraduate
BA Media and English

BA Media and English

The BA Media & English degree at Goldsmiths lets you explore literature and media studies while developing your skills in creative writing and editing.

  • Media, Communications and Cultural Studies, English and Comparative Literature
  • Undergraduate
How to Write Poetry: Form and Feeling

How to Write Poetry: Form and Feeling

Wordsworth defined poetry as ‘the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings.’ While ‘feelings’ are an important aspect of poetry, form also helps to shape ideas in interesting ways.

  • English and Comparative Literature
  • Short courses
How to Write Short Stories That Resonate

How to Write Short Stories That Resonate

Find your voice as a writer and write your first short story on this course from the Department of English and Comparative Literature.

  • English and Comparative Literature
  • Short courses