Explore the subjects that expand our understanding of culture and communication, from English literature and film studies, to linguistics and media studies.
A hub of literacy and language-learning, Cambridge offers you access to a wealth of opportunities. Creative industries in the UK are booming with 1 in every 11 jobs a creative job. Starting your journey here with us will ensure you have the theory and practice to achieve your career aspirations, while following your passion.
English is one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world. Stand out to employers world-wide by developing your command of English to an advanced level and studying its sounds, structures and uses as a global language.
Improve your understanding of one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world and learn to teach it effectively to others. Prepare for a career that allows you to travel the globe.
Expand your understanding of English, one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world, and develop analytical, communicative and intercultural skills that will improve your employability.
This degree will bring the great authors and works to life, from Anglo-Saxon times to the present, on an imaginatively taught course that will prepare you for a range of careers.
Learn how different societies have shaped English literature, and how English literature has shaped society. Become a self-reliant researcher as well as developing the skills required for the modern world of work.
This course will bring the great authors and works to life, from Anglo-Saxon times to the present, on an imaginatively taught course that will prepare you for a range of careers.
Develop your passion for storytelling. Gain the craftsmanship and skills to begin a career in the ever-diversifying film and television industry, from drama to documentary, and music promos to moving image projects.
Combine film theory with film-making practice to prepare for a career in many film, arts and culture related roles from production to journalism.
Prepare for a media-related career with this combination of film theory, media theory and practical skills, including film-making, animation and digital publishing.
Gain the knowledge and skills you need to become a working journalist – including how to work with video, photography or online.