Bloomsbury Autumn Programme 2017
Our autumn programme offers five modules, which cover the humanities and arts. You can choose to study two or three modules and complete a work placement.
Work placement opportunities
Our work placements involve a work assignment that might be as much as two full days a week, depending on the placement organisation. Placements are available in a wide range of fields, but some of the most common placements are in arts management, business, media and communications, and politics. Past students have had placements at top US companies, Parliament, British financial institutions, fashion designers, theatres and concert halls and prestigious media outlets.
In addition, you will take a tutorial course and prepare a related academic research project. The work placement replaces one module of the spring programme.
- Aspects of Modern Art in London
- British and European Cinema
- British Art and Architecture in London
- Climate Change and Business Management
- Globalisation and Regionalisation
- International Business
- London in Literature, 1837-1984
- London: the Growth of a Modern World City
- Media Forms and Institutions in Britain
- Modern British Politics
- Modern British Society since 1945
- Modern Theatre and the London Stage
- Shakespeare in London
- Sports Business Management
- The Twentieth-Century British Novel
- Work Placement.