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A Pub Quiz in Week 2 and Roundtable Debates where you can debate with tables of students to your heart’s content. The BA in Drama and Theatre Arts is designed to foster creative, radical theatre-makers and thinkers. Graduates of this programme have progressed to post-graduate teaching and masters courses, as well as paid work in drama facilitation, journalism, TV scriptwriting, and academia. ffs-dz.com If your fees are not listed here, please check our undergraduate fees guidance or contact the Fees Office, who can also advise you about how to pay your fees. From August 2021 EU/EEA/Swiss nationals will no longer be eligible for ‘Home’ fee status. EU/EEA/Swiss nationals will be classified as ‘International’ for fee purposes, more information can be found on our fees page.
- In tandem will explore key research strategies, and you will carry out your own experimentation and critical questioning.
- That chosen subject may build upon skills and knowledge gained during the degree or it may pursue suitable material not substantially addressed elsewhere on the course.
- Dissertation seminars provide opportunities to meet previous MSc students to discuss their dissertations and subsequent career.
- Put on your formalwear and join Warwick Politics Society for an evening of good food, good refreshments and good company of over 200 attendees.
The DPIR also hosts a wide range of research centres and programmes which actively seek to develop collaborative research activity via conferences, workshops and other academic events, and which include graduate students in their activities. This is why we’re not looking for performing skills alone but for a range of intellectual, creative, critical and inquisitive qualities when we select candidates for a place. The Major Research Project is an opportunity for final year students to develop greater depth of subject knowledge through a sustained focus on a topic of their own choosing. The research project may be pursued as EITHER a purely theoretical project resulting in a 10,000-word dissertation; OR as practice-as-research, resulting in a substantial practical project linked to a 6,000-word dissertation. Whichever route is undertaken, the major research project requires a more sustained and focused application of the research skills acquired in previous years of this degree course. We run a mixture of events to make sure you get the most out of politics at the University of Birmingham, including social, sports, academic, and careers & employability events.
Those applying for scholarship funding should take note of application deadlines. Throughout the year, we host guest speakers from political and extra-political backgrounds for panel debates and guest lectures. Hear from leading politicians, diplomats, activitists, journalists and political commentators. Some of recent guests include Peter Hitchens, Anna Soubry, Carne Ross, Sir Steve Webb, Claire Fox, and Stephen Kinnock MP. We invite you to give your views and pose questions to our special guests. In addition, students will undertake a dissertation – SPCC Applied Research Project , with the possibility of working on a project defined by a public or private sector stakeholder.
Past international tour locations have included Lisbon, Budapest, Amsterdam, and Brussels (of course!). This year’s locations are yet to be announced, but watch out for more information during Welcome Week – you won’t want to miss it. From House of Commons Parliamentary Papers to Victorian self-help heroes, discover resources that support learning about citizenship, politics and society. This programme will equip you to become a leader in the public, private and the not-for-profit sectors in preparing for, and responding to, climate change.
The programme explores the social, economic, cultural and political processes through which forms of environmental and political knowledge are acquired, communicated and incorporated in decision-making. It equips students with a range of social science methods and personal transferable skills which are essential for social and environmental politics, practices and policy. Your application will be assessed purely on academic merit and potential, according to the published entry requirements for the course. The After you apply section of this website provides further information about the academic assessment of your application, including the potential outcomes. Please note that any offer of a place may be subject to academic conditions, such as achieving a specific final grade in your current degree course. These conditions may vary depending upon your individual academic circumstances.
You’ll be able to choose between performing an already-existing text/score or devising/writing/composing your own work. The module is broad enough to reflect a range of contemporary practices, yet focused enough to provide a space for in-depth development of skills in and understanding of acting. By choosing this specialism, you will critically engage with experiencing, making and reflecting upon performance at the boundaries and between genres. You will explore performance that might take unconventional and or radical forms and actions and that plays with liveness, interaction and immediacy. This module is designed to give students a detailed overview of American Theatre in the 20th Century- its texts and contexts.
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Whatever you decide, it won’t affect how the academic department assesses your application and whether they decide to make you an offer. If your department makes you an offer of a place, you’re guaranteed a place at one of our colleges. The University will seek to deliver this course in accordance with the description set out in this course page. However, there may be situations in which it is desirable or necessary for the University to make changes in course provision, either before or after registration. The safety of students, staff and visitors is paramount and major changes to delivery or services may have to be made in circumstances of a pandemic (including Covid-19), epidemic or local health emergency. In addition, in certain circumstances, for example due to visa difficulties or because the health needs of students cannot be met, it may be necessary to make adjustments to course requirements for international study.