This course combines the study of Comparative Literature and Culture (75% of your course) with that of International Film (25%), giving you a global cultural perspective across many different media. Comparative Literature and Culture (CLC) with International Film offers you the opportunity to study global literature as well as to explore philosophy and visual arts, with a particular focus on international film. CLC combines a fascinating breadth of material with a focus on contexts – places, periods, and genres – to explore how key cultural shifts transform how we see, represent, and make sense of our changing world. CLC at Royal Holloway is a unique and intellectually stimulating degree which will develop you as a culturally-aware, creative and adaptable thinker. We’ve developed this degree so that you can tailor it to suit your own evolving interests, choosing from our exceptionally wide range of fascinating options, ranging across continents and centuries, from antiquity to the present day, novels and poetry to philosophy, cinema and art. We will read, watch, and compare from Ancient Greece to contemporary New York, from Cuba to Korea, from epics to crime fiction, and from tragedy to the avant-garde. CLC enables you to study texts originally written in many languages, all translated into English. Your study of International Film will complement your study of Comparative Literature and Culture. You will benefit from the expertise within the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures to explore the historical and cultural significance of film and study key styles, movements and genres, important filmmakers and national cinemas. You will be taught by world-class experts who genuinely want to get to know you. We create a supportive environment, often using group work so you can try out new ideas and participate in lively discussions. Throughout your studies, you will receive personal guidance to ensure your course is aligned to your strengths, interests and career plans. As part of our close-knit international community you will be able to get involved in the many cultural initiatives on campus and make the most of being within easy reach of London, with its many cultural events and attractions. + Our students say we are good at explaining things 100% of the time, and have given us a score of 93% for overall satisfaction (National Student Survey 2015). + Our teaching methods are diverse, ranging from lectures and small group seminars to e-learning. + You will have the exciting opportunity to spend an additional international year with a partner university.