BA Film Studies: University of Sussex

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Degree 
BA
Address
BA Film Studies: University of Sussex, Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9SH, Brighton, United Kingdom
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Subject
Theatre Drama and Film Studies
Course Language(s) 
English
Course Beginning 
September or January
Duration 
3 years
Telephone 
+44(0)1273 873481
Fax 
+44(0)1273 877219
E-mail 

m...@sussex.ac.uk

Website 
http://www.sussex.ac.uk/mfm



About the programme

Film studies is not about film alone, but about connections between cinema, society, and technology, and the way we experience and view stories on the screen. The degree investigates visual representation in our global society and the place that film has in communicating ideas, attitudes and cultural beliefs, both mainstream and alternative, across different countries and periods.

In this programme you learn to ‘read’ film, visual images and the cinematic experience. You learn to analyse and present arguments with a critical awareness of the varied forms that texts and visual images can take. You also explore the important connections between different national institutions and identities and their representations in film and visual culture.

Entry requirments

A level

  • Typical offer: in the range AAB-BBB

International Baccalaureate

  • Typical offer: 32 to 36 points overall

English language requirements

  • IELTS 6.5 overall and not less than 6.0 in both the Listening and Writing sections.
  • Internet-based TOEFL with 90 overall, including at least 24 in Speaking and 25 in Writing.
  • The University also accepts a range of other qualifications:
    • GCSE or IGCSE English as a first language: grade C.
    • GCSE English or IGCSE as a second language: grade B.
    • Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English (CAE): grade B.
    • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): grade C.
    • Cambridge English Language 1119: between grades 1 and 6.

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