1. Commercial and Creative Photography

    • Award HND
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code 056W

    The HND Commercial and Creative Photography programme offers opportunities to study photography within a broad range of vocational and academic contexts, and on completion of study students may progress to the third year of the BA (Hons) Photographic Practice course within the School of The Arts, at the University of Northampton. Practical learning is underpinned by contextual and historical study. Students will also acquire a range of technical and practical photography skills, as well as knowledge in relation to reading images and idea development.

  2. Creative Writing

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code W800

    Our Creative Writing degree allows you to develop your own distinctive voice as a writer. Our dedicated team of published writers will work with you to develop a range of writing skills through seminars and interactive workshops. You will explore the poem, short story, autobiography, biography, scriptwriting and writing for performance. In your final year, you are guaranteed to have your best pieces showcased in our registered volume of student work.

  3. Creative Writing (Joint Honours)

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    Our Creative Writing degree allows you to develop your own distinctive voice as a writer. Our dedicated team of published writers will work with you to develop a range of writing skills through seminars and interactive workshops. You will explore the poem, short story, autobiography, biography, scriptwriting and writing for performance. In your final year, you are guaranteed to have your best pieces showcased in our registered volume of student work.

  4. Digital Film Production

    • Award HND
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code 216W

    This is a highly practical programme designed for anyone with a keen interest in filmmaking. The course enables students to develop specialised knowledge and skills in the area of video/moving image production and to develop the ability to transfer these skills into the workplace. The modules provide an underpinning knowledge of the moving image industry, film theory and the production process from scriptwriting to filming and editing.

  5. English

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code Q300

    This is a diverse course, that provides a thorough knowledge of English Literature from Early and Middle English to the present day, allowing you to pursue your interests through a range of optional modules. All of our English tutors are active, publishing researchers in their specialist fields, offering expert teaching in subjects ranging from Shakespeare and Victorian literature to contemporary writing.

  6. English – Contemporary Literature

    • Award MA
    • Qualification Postgraduate

    This exciting course examines the role of contemporary literature in a number of different contexts. You will have the chance to explore a diverse range of texts, across varied modules, from Modernists such as Samuel Beckett, emerging fields such as Trauma Fiction and even popular narrative mediums including film and comic books.

  7. English (Joint Honours)

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    This is a diverse course, providing a thorough knowledge of English Literature from Early and Middle English to the present day, allowing you to pursue your interests through a range of optional modules. All of our English tutors are active, publishing researchers in their specialist fields, offering expert teaching in subjects ranging from Shakespeare and Victorian literature to contemporary writing.

  8. English and Drama Joint Honours

    • Award BA (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code Q3W4

    This programme introduces you to a fascinating range of literary texts and periods and allows you to develop your skills as a thinker, reader, writer and critic. By studying English combined with Drama you will explore a variety of practical and theoretical approaches and performance styles from a range of historical and cultural perspectives.