Our degrees are designed to provide students with rigorous and in-depth study of their subject or subjects, while developing a range of practical transferable skills and exploring a variety of complementary disciplines.
Students have the flexibility to create their own academic pathway from a wide range of elective courses in subjects such as:
- Art History (Elective only)
- Computer Science
- Creative Writing (Elective only)
- Data Science
- Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
- Politics & international relations
- Sociology (Elective only)
- STEM (Elective only)
- Sustainability (Elective only)
These electives are designed to contextualise their studies and foster the skills and experiences to inspire and empower them to have a meaningful impact on the world.
Experiential opportunities, which are credit-bearing and co-designed with partners in industry, community, research, and education, offers the possibility of gaining real-world and international experience, while working towards your degree.
Teaching typically takes place in smaller groups than at many other UK universities. Most lectures and seminars have a maximum of 20 student participants, while tutorials typically have five or fewer students, and may include one-to-one tutorials. This more personalised approach to teaching allows everyone to participate and thrive.
View all our courses here.