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In this course you will study cultural phenomena and diversity from many parts of the English-speaking world. It focuses on the study of literature and other narrative forms, and offers a greater understanding of the cultural contexts in which English is used in the world today.
The course is given entirely online, and has an asynchronous set-up, with no scheduled meetings, neither on campus nor online. It can be combined with other courses at the basic, intermediate and advanced level in English at University West, for a Bachelor's degree or as part of a teacher's qualification or similar.

FACTS


CYCLE

First cycle

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

General entry requirements and approved result from the following course: English B/English 6.

PACE OF STUDY

Part-time

TYPE OF INSTRUCTION

Distance

PROGRAMME/COURSE DATE


SPRING 2024

SPRING 2024

SPRING 2025

SPRING 2025

AUTUMN 2024

AUTUMN 2024

TEACHING HOURS

Flexible times

APPLICATION CODE

HV-E5001

START/END

From v.03 2024 to v.22 2024

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