University of Stirling

Global Cinema

University of Stirling
In Stirling

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Stirling (Scotland)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Stirling (Scotland)


What can films and other types of artistic representation tell us about our globalised world? How have cultural forms and practices evolved through this and the last century, as different global groups and regions have become increasingly interconnected?
This innovative combined degree course cuts across traditional disciplinary boundaries, drawing on several areas of expertise in visual culture across the humanities. You’ll learn how to interpret cultural texts and practices from throughout the world, gaining a solid grounding in film and textual analysis, cultural studies and area studies. These degrees can lead to a variety of careers, including publishing; academia; journalism; television, radio and film; administration and management; advertising and public relations.
We’re a vibrant and friendly team, with close international ties and a reputation for cutting- edge research and high-quality teaching.

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University Of Stirling, FK9 4LA


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Fees and costs Fees 2017/18 Overseas students (non-EU) £ 11,845.00 Scottish and EU students £ 1,820.00 Students from the rest of the UK £6,750 per year for a maximum of 4 years Fees 2018/19 Overseas students (non-EU) £ 12,140.00 Scottish and EU students £ 1,820.00 Students from the rest of the UK £9,250.00 From 2016/7 onwards, the fees for overseas undergraduates will be held at the level upon entry. Please note: Scottish and EU students can apply to the Students Award Agency for Scotland (SAAS) to have tuition fees paid by the Scottish government. Students from the rest...

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What you'll learn on the course


Course programme

Delivery and assessment

Assessment is continuous, so you will submit coursework as well as sitting exams. There is also a component of group work and group assessment, which enables you to develop teamwork skills.

In the final year of your studies, you will take a dissertation module and write a dissertation on a specialist subject of your own choosing.

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