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Astudiaethau Crefyddol a Llenyddiaeth Saesneg (BA)

Blwyddyn Mynediad


Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Mae nifer o fyfyrwyr yn gweld bod gradd Cydanrhydedd yn gyffrous ac yn werthfawr gan eu bod yn arsylwi tebygrwydd a gwahaniaeth yn y ddau bwnc.

Cadwch le ar ddiwrnod agored

Trosolwg y cwrs

This joint honours degree gives you the opportunity to combine the study of Religious Studies with the opportunity to encounter English literature in all its diversity.

English literature at Cardiff has long enjoyed an international reputation for its teaching and research. But more than this – we pride ourselves on nurturing a friendly, personalised and supportive environment for our students. We aim for the best and for success in all we do.

Our curriculum offers access to the whole span of English literature, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the 21st century. Nor is the curriculum restricted to the printed word – we are intrigued by the connections between literature and film, art, music, history, language and popular culture, and our teaching reflects these interests.

Religion has been the way most cultures have sought to express their understanding of the purpose of life and the foundation of personal and social behaviour.  You will have the opportunity to explore your own and other peoples' religious history and culture, and some of the fundamental questions of existence, in a flourishing centre of research. Your lecturers are active researchers in their fields, bringing the latest research into teaching.

Each school involved in delivering the degree offers a challenging programme of modules, supported by a friendly atmosphere and excellent staff-student relationships.

Nodweddion nodedig

This degree provides the training necessary for students who wish to study either discipline at postgraduate level, and a valuable range of intellectual and transferable skills for students who wish to enter a variety of other professions.

Côd UCASVQ63
Derbyniad nesafMedi 2019
Hyd3 blwyddyn
Modd (astudio)Amser llawn
Lleoedd sydd ar gael fel arferThe School typically has 350 places available.
Nifer y ceisiadau a dderbynnir fel arferThe School typically receives 1450 applications.
  1. Yr Ysgol Saesneg, Cyfathrebu ac Athroniaeth

    Adeilad John Percival

    Rhodfa Colum

    Caerdydd

    CF10 3EU

  2. Yr Ysgol Hanes, Archaeoleg a Chrefydd

    Adeilad John Percival

    Rhodfa Colum

    Caerdydd

    CF10 3EU

Gofynion mynediad

ABB, with a B in English Literature or English Literature and Language or Creative Writing. Please note, General Studies will not be accepted.   

Cymhwyster Prosiect Estynedig: Fel arfer, bydd ymgeiswyr sydd wedi ennill gradd A yn y Cymhwyster Prosiect Estynedig (EPQ) yn cael cynnig un radd yn is na’r cynnig safonol ar gyfer Safon Uwch. Noder bod yn rhaid bodloni unrhyw ofynion sy’n benodol i’r pwnc o hyd

Derbynnir Tystysgrif Her Sgiliau Bagloriaeth Cymru Uwch yn lle un pwnc Safon Uwch (ar y graddau a restrir uchod) ac eithrio unrhyw bynciau penodol.

Grades DM in a BTEC Diploma in Humanities or Social Science plus Grade B at A-Level in English Literature, English Literature and Language (combined A-Level), or Creative Writing.

665 in 3 HL subjects, including 6 at HL in English Literature, English Language and Literature or English Liteature and Performance.

Gallai cymwysterau amgen gael eu derbyn. Cewch ragor o wybodaeth am ofynion mynediad ar dudalen meini prawf derbyn Ysgol Astudiaethau Saesneg, Cyfathrebu ac Athroniaeth ac Ysgol Hanes, Archaeoleg a Chrefydd.

GCSE

Gradd C neu radd 4 mewn TGAU Iaith Saesneg.

IELTS (academic)

O leiaf 6.5 yn gyffredinol gydag o leiaf 5.5 ym mhob is-sgôr.

TOEFL iBT

O leiaf 90 gyda sgôr o 17 o leiaf ar gyfer ysgrifennu, 17 ar gyfer gwrando, 18 ar gyfer darllen ac 20 ar gyfer siarad.

PTE Academic

62 gydag o leiaf 51 yn yr holl sgiliau cyfathrebu.

Trinity ISE II/III

II: dau Ragoriaeth a dau Deilyngdod o leiaf.
III: o leiaf Llwyddo ym mhob cydran.

Cymwysterau eraill a dderbynnir

Os ydych yn ymgeisydd tramor ac nid Saesneg yw eich iaith gyntaf, ewch i'n tudalen am ofynion Iaith Saesneg i gael rhagor o wybodaeth am ba gymwysterau y byddwn yn eu derbyn.

You will require GCSE English or Welsh Language at grade C or grade 4. Alternatively, IGCSE English First Language or English Second Language will be considered at grade C. 

Ffioedd dysgu

Myfyrwyr y DU ac UE (2019/20)

Ffioedd DysguBlaendal
£9,000Dim

Nodiadau:

Ewch i'n tudalennau ffioedd dysgu i gael y wybodaeth ddiweddaraf.

Gallai cymorth ariannol fod ar gael ar gyfer unigolion sy'n bodloni rhai meini prawf. Cewch ragor o wybodaeth yn ein hadran arian. Dim ond hyn a hyn o gymorth ariannol y gall y ffynonellau hyn eu cynnig, felly ni allwn warantu y bydd pawb sy'n bodloni'r meini prawf yn cael arian.

Myfyrwyr tu allan i'r UE (2019/20)

Ffioedd DysguBlaendal
£16,950Dim

Nodiadau:

Ewch i'n tudalennau ffioedd dysgu i gael y wybodaeth ddiweddaraf.

Gallai cymorth ariannol fod ar gael ar gyfer unigolion sy'n bodloni rhai meini prawf. Cewch ragor o wybodaeth yn ein hadran arian. Dim ond hyn a hyn o gymorth ariannol y gall y ffynonellau hyn eu cynnig, felly ni allwn warantu y bydd pawb sy'n bodloni'r meini prawf yn cael arian.

Costau ychwanegol

Llety

Mae gennym amrywiaeth o breswylfeydd sydd yn gweddu i anghenion a phoced yr unigolyn. Cewch wybod rhagor ar ein tudalennau llety.

Strwythur y cwrs

This is a three-year degree programme. You will study 120 credits of modules per year, split equally between the two subjects.

Mae'r modiwlau a ddangosir yn esiampl o'r cwricwlwm arferol. Byddant yn cael eu hadolygu cyn blwyddyn academaidd 2019/20. Bydd y modiwlau terfynol yn cael eu cyhoeddi erbyn mis Medi 2019

Blwyddyn un

In your first year, you take 60 credits of Religious Studies and 60 credits of English Literature modules.

You may study religion through texts, poetry, art, film, biographies, fieldwork and drama. You will be introduced to key ideas about ritual, gender and place that provide a dynamic foundation for further study across a range of modules offered in your second and third years. You will also have the option to study one of the original languages of religious texts on offer.

Year one English Literature is a foundation year designed to equip you with the skills for advanced study and to give you an overview of the subject that will enable you to make informed choices from the modules available in years two and three.

Blwyddyn dau

In Year Two, you take 60 credits of Religious Studies modules and 60 credits of English Literature modules. 

In Religious Studies you will have the opportunity to develop a more advanced knowledge of a range of religious traditions, building on introductory modules undertaken in year one and develop your awareness of the role of religion in shaping the cultural, intellectual, and ethical concerns of contemporary societies. 

In year two English Literature there are no compulsory modules. You may select from a range of modules based on period, genre or theme in which you will be reading a variety of texts in their historical and cultural contexts.

Teitl modiwlCôd modiwlCredydau
Now and Next: From Academia to Employment (20 Credits)HS000420 credydau
What is ReligionRT020120 credydau
Independent Study or Critical TranslationRT020220 credydau
Exploring Christian DoctrineRT020320 credydau
Christian EthicsRT020420 credydau
The Hebrew Bible: Stories, Suffering and JusticeRT020520 credydau
The War of the Worlds: an introduction to the MahabharataRT020620 credydau
Understanding Muslim ScripturesRT020720 credydau
Buddhism: The First Thousand YearsRT020820 credydau
Majority World Voices: Global South TheologiesRT021020 credydau
Elementary Language for the Study of ReligionRT021220 credydau
Further Elementary Language for the Study of ReligionRT021320 credydau
Style and GenreSE141620 credydau
Fiction of the Indian SubcontinentSE228320 credydau
Children's Literature: Form and FunctionSE244720 credydau
Introduction to Romantic PoetrySE245020 credydau
African-American LiteratureSE245120 credydau
Imaginary Journeys: More to HuxleySE245720 credydau
Modernism and the CitySE246320 credydau
Gothic Fiction: The Romantic AgeSE246820 credydau
Romanticism, Politics, AestheticsSE246920 credydau
Modern and Contemporary Women's PoetrySE247420 credydau
Visual VictoriansSE247520 credydau
Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Women WritersSE247620 credydau
Shakespeare's Tragedies and HistoriesSE247720 credydau
Wild West: Literary and Cinematic WesternsSE247920 credydau
Contemporary Poetry: Tradition and InnovationSE248120 credydau
GirlsSE248220 credydau
Experimental Elizabethan DramaSE249220 credydau
Portraits of the ArtistSE249320 credydau
Object Women in Literature and FilmSE249420 credydau
Coming of Age Fiction: Society and the Creative VoiceSE249520 credydau
Epic and SagaSE249620 credydau
Renaissance Poetry, Prose and Drama: The Principal Genres, Issues and AuthorsSE249720 credydau
Decadent Men, 1890s-1910s: Wilde to ForsterSE249820 credydau
ENCAP Employability ModuleSE625520 credydau

Blwyddyn tri

You choose a further 60 credits of Religious Studies and 60 credits of English Literature modules.

You will have the opportunity to deepen your understanding of religious themes and topics with a range of specialised modules. You may also acquire skills in qualitative and quantitative research into religion(s) in contemporary societies, depending on your module choices.

By your third year of English Literature study you will have gained experience of a variety of literary periods, topics, genres and approaches, developing your critical faculties and your skills in analysing texts and contexts. You will therefore be in an excellent position to choose between a range of more specialised modules that engage with current issues in research and scholarship in relation to authors and texts both well-known and possibly less well-known to you.

If you wish, you can write a dissertation on a topic of your choice in either Religious Studies or English Literature. 

Teitl modiwlCôd modiwlCredydau
What is ReligionRT020120 credydau
Independent Study or Critical TranslationRT020220 credydau
Exploring Christian DoctrineRT020320 credydau
Christian EthicsRT020420 credydau
The Hebrew Bible: Stories, Suffering and JusticeRT020520 credydau
Buddhism: The First Thousand YearsRT020820 credydau
Majority World Voices: Global South TheologiesRT021020 credydau
Elementary Language for the Study of ReligionRT021220 credydau
Further Elementary Language for the Study of ReligionRT021320 credydau
Myth and the Movies: Anthropology and Psychology in Contemporary CinemaRT135020 credydau
Religion in the WorkplaceRT135420 credydau
New Testament EpistlesRT340120 credydau
The War of the Worlds: an introduction to the MahabharataRT340220 credydau
Understanding Muslim ScripturesRT340320 credydau
Emotions, Symbols and Rituals: Studying Religion Through FilmRT340520 credydau
Christian Spirituality, 150-1550 CERT430720 credydau
Open Choice DissertationRT731620 credydau
The Robin Hood TraditionSE236720 credydau
The Illustrated BookSE239520 credydau
Modern Welsh Writing in EnglishSE244820 credydau
Fictive Histories/Historical FictionsSE246720 credydau
DissertationSE252420 credydau
HitchcockSE254420 credydau
Modern Drama: Page, Stage, ScreenSE255120 credydau
Utopia: Suffrage to CyberpunkSE258120 credydau
Second-generation Romantic PoetsSE258220 credydau
Bluestockings, Britannia, Unsexed Females: Women in Public Life, 1770-1800SE258820 credydau
Gothic Fiction: The VictoriansSE258920 credydau
Postcolonial TheorySE259320 credydau
Visions of Past and Future in Children's LiteratureSE259520 credydau
Military Masculinities in the Long Nineteenth CenturySE259720 credydau
Island Stories: Literatures of the North AtlanticSE259820 credydau
American Poetry after ModernismSE260620 credydau
The American Short StorySE260920 credydau
Renaissance DramaSE261020 credydau
Apocalypse Then and NowSE261120 credydau
Criminal ShakespeareSE261220 credydau
Scandal and Outrage: Controversial Literature of the Twentieth and Twenty-First CenturiesSE261320 credydau
Writing Nature from Romanticism to the PresentSE261420 credydau
The High Drama of Work: Taskscapes in Early Modern PlaysSE261520 credydau
Representing Race in Contemporary AmericaSE261620 credydau
Mae'r Brifysgol wedi ymrwymo i ddarparu amrywiaeth eang o opsiynau modiwl lle’n bosibl. Ond byddwch yn ymwybodol er y byddwn yn gwneud pob ymdrech i gynnig dewis, gall hyn gael ei gyfyngu mewn rhai amgylchiadau. Y rheswm am hyn yw'r ffaith mai dim ond nifer cyfyngedig o leoedd sydd ar gael ar rai modiwlau, a gaiff eu dyrannu ar sail y cyntaf i'r felin. Mae'n ofynnol i fodiwlau eraill sicrhau isafswm nifer o fyfyrwyr cyn gallu eu cynnal, er mwyn gwneud yn siŵr y gellir cyflwyno addysg o ansawdd priodol. Gall modiwlau gael eu cyfyngu oherwydd gwrthdaro yn yr amserlen hefyd, ac er bod y Brifysgol yn ymdrechu i amharu cyn lleied â phosibl ar eich dewis, byddai'n syniad da i chi ofyn am gyngor gan yr Ysgol berthnasol am y dewisiadau modiwl sydd ar gael.

Dysgu ac asesu

Sut caf fy addysgu?

We offer a supportive learning environment, where you are enabled to acquire a range of skills and a wealth of specialist knowledge. Our courses foster intellectual skills, such as critical thinking, close analysis, evaluating evidence, constructing arguments, using theory and the effective deployment of language in writing and in debate. We also help you gain experience in team working, independent research and time management.

You will be taught both by lecture and seminar. Lectures provide an overview of the key concepts and frameworks for a topic, equipping you to carry out independent research for the seminars and to develop your own ideas. Seminars provide an opportunity for you to explore the ideas outlined in the lectures.

Seminars usually consist of about 15 students and the seminar leader (a member of the teaching team). Seminars may take various formats, including plenary group discussion, small-group work and student-led presentations.

Sut y caf fy nghefnogi?

As well as having regular feedback from your personal tutor in each course, you will have a reading week each semester for guided study and a chance to catch up on assessed work, reading and revision. These weeks are also used by staff to visit students on their year abroad.

You will have access through the Learning Central website to relevant multimedia material, presentations, lecture handouts, bibliographies, further links, electronic exercises and discussion circles.

The University offers a range of services including the Careers Service, the Counselling Service, the Disability and Dyslexia Service, the Student Support Service, and excellent libraries and resource centres.

Feedback

We’ll provide you with frequent feedback on your work. This comes in a variety of formats including oral feedback during tutorials, personalised feedback on written work, feedback lectures, generic written feedback and feedback on tutorial performance.

Coursework will be marked by your module tutor and your tutor will give you written feedback on your work. You will also have a feedback class after each assessment. Students will be given general feedback in relation to examinations following the May/June examination period and you will be able to discuss your overall performance with your personal tutor as part of the monitored student self-assessment scheme.

Sut caf fy asesu?

A range of assessment methods are used, including essays, examinations, presentations, portfolios and creative assignments.

Essays and examinations are used not only for assessment purposes but also as a means of developing your capacities to gather, organise, evaluate and deploy relevant information and ideas from a variety of sources in reasoned arguments. Dedicated essay workshops and individual advice enable you to produce your best work, and written feedback on essays feeds forward into future work, enabling you to develop your strengths and address any weaker areas.

The optional final-year dissertation provides you with the opportunity to investigate a specific topic of interest to you in depth and to acquire detailed knowledge about a particular field of study, to use your initiative in the collection and presentation of material and present a clear, cogent argument and draw appropriate conclusions.

Pa sgiliau bydda i’n eu hymarfer a’u datblygu?

As a result of engaging fully with this course, you will acquire and develop a range of valuable skills, both those which are discipline specific and more generic ‘employability skills’. These will allow you to:

  • grasp complex issues with confidence
  • ask the right questions of complex texts
  • have an imaginative appreciation of different views and options and analyse these critically
  • identify and apply relevant data
  • develop practical research skills
  • propose imaginative solutions of your own that are rooted in evidence
  • communicate clearly, concisely and persuasively in writing and speech
  • work to deadlines and priorities, managing a range of tasks at the same time
  • learn from constructive criticism and incorporate its insights
  • work as part of a team, developing a collaborative approach to problem-solving
  • use IT programmes and digital media, where appropriate
  • take responsibility for your own learning programme and professional development.

Gyrfaoedd

Rhagolygon gyrfa

School of History, Archaeology and Religion

In 2015/16, 94% of the School’s graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduating. Some of our graduates enter professions which make direct use of their academic expertise, while others compete very successfully in a wide range of other fields. 

We organise interactive workshops with the Careers Service to help students identify their skills and attributes and have our own, in-School Workplace Placements and employability officer.

Religious and Theological Studies students may choose to study the module ‘Religion in the Workplace’ which focusses specifically on developing employability and enterprise skills.

School of English, Communication and Philosophy

In 2015/16, 95% of the School’s graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduating.

We provide our students with a highly satisfying academic experience that assists their development as critically-minded, culturally-aware citizens whose high analytic skills, powers of expression and progressive self-reliance make them extremely attractive to employers.

English literature graduates have excellent analytic and communication skills that fit them for a full range of professions and further training. Their cultural expertise and intellectual abilities are valued in the public and private sector, and in contexts as varied as the classroom, the law courts or the media.

Lleoliadau

The School of History, Archaeology and Religion has a dedicated Work Placements Officer who supports students with work experience opportunities both in and out of term time and careers advice.

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