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    Welsh and Philosophy, Ethics and Religion

    Bangor University

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    United Kingdom, Bangor

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    Key Facts

    Program Level

    Bachelor

    Study Type

    Full Time

    Delivery

    On Campus

    Course Code

    Q5VV

    Campuses

    Bangor

    Program Language

    English

    Start & Deadlines

    Next Intake DeadlinesSeptember-2024
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    Duration 3 year(s)
    Next Intake September-2024

    Welsh and Philosophy, Ethics and Religion

    About

    This is a course that allows you to enjoy the wealth of Welsh literature, drama and creative culture and consider some of life's deepest questions at the same time. What is being? How can moral principles be discovered? Can the existence of God be proved - or to the contrary? Students who enjoy creative writing can take part in poetry and prose workshops, and there are also specific modules to refine your professional writing skills. You will split your time equally between studying specific modules in Welsh and others in Philosophy, Ethics and Religion.

    The entire course gives you the opportunity to build on your experiences and open new doors. You will learn new critical skills to respond with originality to literature, and you will also see the relevance of the Welsh tradition to some of the most important and challenging ideas developed over the centuries, worldwide. Take a fresh look at creative works from one of Europe's richest literary traditions, from heroic poetry, the tales of the Mabinogion and the poetry of masters such as Dafydd ap Gwilym, to the cutting edge and challenging works of the later period, from the ecumenical and the ephemeral and feminist to scientific and Welsh literature in America. Consider how Welsh language writers around the world have responded to the demands of the ages, creating shocking, challenging and beautiful works. Enjoy these alongside learning more about analytical and continental philosophy, and religions from the Eastern and Western traditions.

    From the novel, to the drama, to the language of the most experimental media and art; from philosopher to theologian and political pamphleteer, this degree gives you the opportunity to better understand the meaning of thinking, and how to express that thought. You can apply that understanding, while gaining skills that are practical as well as analytical.

    Requirements

    Entry Requirements

  • Successful completion of Secondary School Leaving Certificate/ Senior High School qualification (Tawjihi) with minimum 65% pass AND International Foundation Programme.
  • A Levels or International Baccalaureate - see course pages for specific entry requirements.

    Mature students will be considered on a case by case basis.

    Entry into Year 2 will be considered for students with a HND or at least one year of study at a University overseas or in the UK.

    If you do not meet our requirements then we will consider you for entry onto the International Year Zero.
     

    English Program Requirements

    IELTS 6.0 (5.5) or equivalent. Some courses have higher English Language Requirements.

    For students educated in English or from an English speaking country we may be able to waive the requirement, if you can provide evidence that you achieved a minimum of a C or equivalent in your high school English (higher for some courses) or a letter from your University confirming your bachelor degree was taught in English.

    Career

    There has never been more demand for a workforce that can use Welsh at senior professional levels. The goal is clear, it has been set by the Welsh Government: a million Welsh speakers by 2050 and a truly bilingual Wales. 

    How to Apply

    Option 1 - Applying directly to Bangor

    • Students: can apply through our  Online Application Portal. Refer to the Applicant Guidance Notes about how to fill and submit an Online Application form. If you need further assistance in completing your application, send an email to [email protected]
    • Agents: if you are an agent applying on behalf of the student, then you can  Apply here.  Refer to the Agent Guidance notes for details. 

    Option 2- Applying through UCAS

    UCAS is an online application system allowing students to apply for up to five courses in the UK through one application. You can apply for more than one programme at a specific university, for example, you could apply to study BA Psychology and BSc Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology at Bangor. Find out more about how to apply to Bangor University through UCAS

    If you have applied through UCAS already then you may wish to visit the International Student pages of UCAS website for further information.

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