arts humanity england
  • Bachelor Degree 3 to 4 years
  • HND or Associate Degree 2 years.
  • Top-Up 1 year.
  • Superb universities with strengths in Humanities studies.
  • Tuition £7,500 to 9,000/year for EU students at British public universities.


  • BA (Hons.) Archaeology, University of Central Lancashire. Students spend their first week on one of the University's training excavations learning how to dig. Teaching on the rest of the degree is split evenly between practicals, lectures and fieldwork.


  • BA(Hons) Geography, University of Central Lancashire. A broad multidisciplinary education in geography, concerned with all aspects of the human and natural environment (environmental management, environmental politics, social, historical and cultural analysis).
  • BSc(Hons) Geography, Canterbury Christ Church University. Introduces students to the major changes in the contemporary world and to the diversity of places, cultures and environments, and provides stimulating fieldwork experiences in various settings.
  • BA(Hons) Geography, Coventry University. Study the relationships between people, places and environments. You will develop an understanding of processes such as globalisation and development, and examine the ways these intersect with social inequalities in health and wealth.
  • BSc (Hons) Geography with Environmental Studies, Southampton Solent University. This degree covers the impact of humans on the natural environment and the resulting changes.
  • BSc (Hons) Geography with Marine Studies, Southampton Solent University. On this degree you will gain an understanding of the marine environment in order to understand its functioning and its influence upon humanity.


Careers: Teaching, Heritage, museum and archive work, Media, Journalism, Multinational companies, International government, Voluntary institutions, Hospitality industry, Heritage and conservation of the built environment, Museums.

  • BA (Hons.) History, University of Central Lancashire. Modern and Early Modern History, drawing on a varied range of modules dealing with the history of Britain, Europe, North America and Asia.
  • BA(Hons) History, Canterbury Christ Church University. In their first year, our students take a variety of courses covering the three principal historical periods dealt with in Year 2 and Year 3 options, namely medieval, early modern, and modern.
  • BA(Hons) History, Coventry University. The course focuses on the period since 1860, with particular emphasis on the 20th century. Topics include the study of war, revolutions, social movements, political struggles and democratic advances across the world. International dimensions of learning span the discipline.
  • BA History, Regent´s American College London. An enriching experience that allows you to study and research the major social, political, cultural and economic events of the past and how they relate to the present.
  • BA (Hons.) Modern World History, University of Central Lancashire. Allows students to develop both knowledge of broad trends in modern world history and to focus on a pathway of study related to countries of particular interest to them, including exchange opportunities overseas and work placement.
  • BA(Hons) History with Archaeology, Canterbury Christ Church University. The Archaeological elements of the programme offer students not just a grounding in theoretical approaches to material culture but practical experience of the discipline, including surveying and artifact recording.
  • BA (Hons) Modern History, University of Essex. 4 years including year abroad. Specialise in your final year. 95% student satisfaction with the course.
  • BA (Hons) Art History and History, University of Essex. Understand the ways in which history, ideas and ideologies are manifested in images. Option of year abroad.
  • BA Modern History and International Relations, University of Essex. Develop advanced knowledge and competencies in both disciplines and add a year abroad in year 3.
  • BA History with Human Rights, University of Essex. 3 or 4 years. Study in depth human right in an historical context. Acquire skills of thinking and working independently. Study a year abroad.
  • BA (Hons) History and Film Studies, University of Essex. Investigate how the two disciplines can be integrated. Study abroad makes this a 4-year programme.

Languages, Interpretation and Translation

Careers: Teaching, International relations, Consultancy, Corporate training, International Business.

  • BA(Hons) English Language (Linguistics), University of Central Lancashire. Students develop an excellent command of English and an awareness of how language works both structurally and persuasively.
  • BA(Hons) Languages (Arabic) for International Business, University of Central Lancashire. The practical programme of study in Language with International Business offers you the chance to develop the key communicative language skills appropriate to the business environment.
    Also available studies in: French, German, Japanese, Spanish.
  • BA(Hons) English for International Corporate Communication with a Modern Foreign Language, University of Central Lancashire. Offers you a unique opportunity to study in England, obtain a British degree, develop your language and communication skills in English and in an additional foreign language: Arabic/ Chinese/ French/ German/ Japanese or Spanish.
  • BA(Hons) Languages for Business, Coventry University. You will study several languages: at least one of French or Spanish for Business, plus the language and culture for business in Asia and in the Middle East, including an introduction to Mandarin and Arabic.
  • BA(Hons) Modern Languages, University of Central Lancashire. You will gain the ability to communicate freely in European and Non-European languages, together with an understanding of cultural, political and economic contexts within foreign countries.
  • BA(Hons) French, Canterbury Christ Church University. Emphasis is placed on linking the study of the language to current issues and general knowledge of social and cultural aspects of the country.
  • Certificate in Applied Languages, University of Central Lancashire. Develop your knowledge of a wide range of languages from Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced (and beyond) levels. Languages currently available include French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese, Arabic, Polish, Greek, Turkish and Russian.
  • BA(Hons) French and English, Coventry University. In English you will examine how this global language is used and how we understand our world through the medium of language. In French you will develop high-level language skills and an awareness of major contemporary issues concerning France.
  • BA (Hons) English Language and Linguistics, University of Essex. 3 years. Flexible programme that allows you to chose from a wide variety of modules.
  • BA (Hons) Modern Languages and Teaching English as a Foreign Language, University of Essex. Combine the study of two modern languages with teaching English as a foreign language. Develop professional language skills in translation, publishing, film and video editing, voiceover and subtitling. 4 year course includes year abroad.

Literature and Writing

Careers: Teaching, Publishing, Advertising, Journalism, Social work, Librarianship, Broadcasting (TV, radio), Marketing, Analytical writing, Creative and critical thinking.

  • BA(Hons) English Language and Communication, Canterbury Christ Church University. You will develop both your ability to understand language and communication, as well as the ability to investigate these areas.
  • BA(Hons) English Language and Literature, University of Central Lancashire. Study linguistic and literary perspectives on the study of English, examining differences in the approaches of the two disciplines, and also exploring the interface between the two.
  • BA(Hons) English Literature, University of Central Lancashire. Designed to develop your skills in analysis and interpretation, as well as oral and written communication, all key skills for the workplace.
  • BA(Hons) English Literature, Canterbury Christ Church University. Two pathways are offered: English Literature, and Literature & Language. Both provide a comprehensive study of the subject.
  • BA (Hons) English, Southampton Solent University. You will not only explore the current and historical relevance of literature in our society, but will also develop your practical skills in creative writing, presentation and debate.
  • BA(Hons) English and Creative Writing, Coventry University. This course allows you to specialise in English Language and Linguistics, English Literature or a combination of Language and Literature.
  • BA(Hons) Creative and Professional Writing, Canterbury Christ Church University. Develop your own creativity and distinctive 'voice', There is also a strong emphasis on commercial writing and a key part of this programme is marketing – so students learn how to sell their own work and make themselves as employable as possible.
  • BA Literature and Art History, University of Essex. Understand the ways in which history, ideas and ideologies are manifested in images. Option of year abroad.
  • BA Literature and Modern Languages, Univesity of Essex. Combine study of a wide range of literature options with 2 modern languages: French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin Chinese. Develop professional language skills in translation, publishing, film and video editing, voiceover and subtitling. 4 year course includes year abroad.

Performing Arts & Theatre

Careers: Actors or performers with touring, Creative artists, Directors, Community arts practice, Teaching, Dance industries, Theatre administration, Arts Council.

  • BA (Hons.) Acting, University of Central Lancashire. All the components of this core training are fully integrated into public performances and augmented with theoretical and contextual studies.
  • BA (Hons) Performance, Southampton Solent University. Develop your acting, singing, dancing, writing and directing skills on stage and screen. A large studio space for rehearsals and performances seating 200 people.
  • BA (Hons) Comedy - Writing and Performance, Southampton Solent University. You will learn about the mechanics of different types of comedic writing. And you will have access to the University's radio and television studios, as well as an impressively stocked library.
  • BA(Hons) Performing Arts (with specialist pathways in Dance, Drama and Vocal Studies), Canterbury Christ Church University. Superb new facilities; specialist tutors who are themselves professional practitioners in Music, Dance, Drama and Theatre Production; and we have excellent working relationships with the creative industries.
  • BA (Hons.) Dance, Performance and Teaching, University of Central Lancashire. Contextual studies, technique & choreography, teaching and somatic movement education. The course develops somatic awareness with a focus on spontaneity, intuition and connection to others.
  • BA(Hons) Dance Making and Performance, Coventry University. This course will give you the opportunity to develop your own artistic practice through a study of dance technique, performance, choreography and the history of dance.
  • BA(Hons) Dance Education, Canterbury Christ Church University. Designed to prepare students for entry into the dance profession as dance practitioners or artists. Modules of study: Technique and Style, Dance Pedagogy, Choreography, Dance in Society, Dance Science Dance Research & Professional Practice.
  • BA (Hons) Acting & Global Theatre, London School of Film, Media & Performance. A highly practical degree, where creative practice is informed by an understanding of theatre as an intercultural and multi-national phenomenon.
  • BA (Hons.) Contemporary Theatre and Performance, University of Central Lancashire. Practical learning is underpinned by contemporary cultural study and by professional practice and is informed by strong links to the theatre and performance industry.
  • BA (Hons) Theatre and Professional Practice, Coventry University. You will study: Professional Theatre Skills, Performance Strand and Theatre Histories. Your course will be based on practical classes and workshops.
  • BA (Hons) Drama, Canterbury Christ Church University. A focused and intensive exploration of drama styles, acting techniques and methods using a range of practical and theoretical approaches.
  • BA(Hons) Theatre Production, Canterbury Christ Church University. Intended to prepare them for a variety of creative and supporting roles in the modern Performing Arts industry from performance lighting and sound to set and costume design to more esoteric areas such as performance art installation.
  • Acting Foundation Course, London School of Film, Media & Performance (Regent's College). An intensive, highly practical two semester programme for those who wish to gain the core physical, vocal and communication skills of the actor.
  • BA (Hons) Drama, University of Essex. Study a wide range of dramatic texts. Spend a year abroad. Practical 4-year course.
  • BA (Hons) Drama and Modern Languages, University of Essex. Become proficient in a modern language and use the accuracy and fluency as a medium of understanding and communication thorugh drama. Study abroad option available.


Careers: Media and management, Law, Teaching.

  • BA(Hons) Philosophy, University of Central Lancashire. In addition to covering more traditional areas of theoretical philosophy, the UCLan programme has a distinctive orientation towards real-world ethical issues.
  • BA(Hons) Religion, Culture and Society, University of Central Lancashire. You will explore educational and social diversity of religious culture in relation to religious traditions within a global, national and personal context.

Religion, Society and Culture

Careers: in Human resources, General management roles, Journalism and broadcasting , Llibrary and information management. Religious institutions, Development work, Community-based roles, Social care and counselling , Administrative departments.

  • BA(Hons) Religious Studies, Canterbury Christ Church University. A stimulating and exciting course for students interested in religion and its impact on our history and present society and culture.
  • BA(Hons) Theology, Canterbury Christ Church University. It focuses mainly on the teachings and practices of Christianity but students also have the opportunity to explore other religions in the course of their degree.


Careers: in Social and government services, Legal work, Non-governmental agencies, Politics and community development, Management, Teaching, Social and youth work, Police force.

  • BA(Hons) Sociology, University of Central Lancashire. Are you interested in exploring how society works? What makes one society different from another? Why and how inequalities persist between men and women, children and adults, members of different ethnic groups, social classes and nations?
  • BA (Hons) Sociology, Coventry University. Sociology at Coventry is a lively discipline linking classical and contemporary theory to consider current social issues, and will provide you with relevant expertise for any employers in today's global society.
  • BA/ BSc (Hons) Sociology and Social Science, Canterbury Christ Church University. You will study Key questions within sociology and social science and optional subjects as: Social and Political Theory; Crime and Deviance; Health; Education; Social Psychology; Citizenship; Philosophy; Sexuality and Mental Illness; and Research Methods.


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