Summary: This integrated foundation year degree programme prepares you for degree-level study in a range of disciplines across the humanities. With a focus on critical thinking, academic research, professional writing, and communication skills, you build the knowledge and confidence to progress to Level 4. Course details: Alongside studying topics such as 18th-century novels, Victorian literature, modernism and contemporary writing, you have the opportunity to practise your creativity in a number of forms, contexts and genres. You’ll gain a solid understanding of textual transformations and creative-critical approaches, and develop personal and professional skills which are greatly valued by employers. After the course: When you successfully complete the foundation year, you can progress to the first year of the degree. Graduates will be particularly well prepared for employment as editors and writers in publishing houses or as freelance writers for the creative industries. Other potential career paths include journalism, media and communication, retail management, local government, arts administration, civil service, education, performing arts and the law.