Cultural Studies is an exciting interdisciplinary programme which offers you an insight into cultural practices, histories and meanings. You’ll learn to look at film, history, literature, philosophy and visual culture in new ways and apply different theories of culture to issues of gender, race, class and media among others. You’ll combine core and optional modules to build your understanding of cultural analysis while gaining specialist knowledge on topics that suit your interests. Japan is an important player on the world stage. This degree will combine core and optional modules so you can learn Japanese from scratch, as well as gaining an insight into the culture, history and politics of Japan and East Asia as a whole. You’ll spend a year studying at a Japanese university to improve your skills, as well as studying topics from translation to Japanese cinema, Sino-Japanese relations and East Asian religions. This course is only open to non-native Japanese speakers.