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    sorry, can't make this too long- typing on a wii :s

    I will add to it later! Question's in the title.

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    Mkay, finally kicked my Dad off the computer.... Stupid parents... Don't they know they don't NEED the computer as much as their 16 year old daughter????

    Right. I was wondering if there are any uni's offering photography as a joint honours with English lit. Either as a pre-made course, or as a flexible honors option. I've seen the De Montfort offer it, but my folks aren't to happy about the idea of Leicester.. Apparently they'd rather i stay here and serve burgers all my life than go to Leicester and risk getting shot.

    So, before i risk re-checking google (see below) i was wondering if any of you wonderful people might have any clue where i should look at?
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    It doesn't take long to get on google and have a look tbh.
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    First of all buy a computer and then google it!
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    Finally got onto computer. ^_^
    I find it surprisingly difficult to find what i'm looking for on google, i think the site hates me. But i'll give it another go. I just thought someone on here might have some idea of what's out there.
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    Try UCAS

    The University of Bolton (B44) qualification
    Photography and English (WQ63) 3FT Hon BA

    University of East London (E28) qualification
    English Literature and Photography (QWH6) 3FT Hon BA
    Photography with English Literature (W6QJ) 3FT Hon BA

    Roehampton University (R48) qualification
    Photography and English Literature (WQP3) 3FT Hon BA
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    Why don't you do a degree in English, and then develop your photography skills in the university's photography society?

    If you ask specifically for a joint honours programme, you're going to severely restrict your choice of university.

    The only university I can find in the country that does a degree in English and Photography is The University of the Arts London. You're an A grade student, you're capable of going to one of the best universities in the country. I really urge you to reconsider single honours English. You could hone your photography skills on the side, with work experience, become the president of the uni's photography society, join the student newspaper as a photographer, develop your portfolio and you'd be more employable as a result.
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    (Original post by screenager2004)
    Why don't you do a degree in English, and then develop your photography skills in the university's photography society?

    If you ask specifically for a joint honours programme, you're going to severely restrict your choice of university.

    The only university I can find in the country that does a degree in English and Photography is The University of the Arts London. You're an A grade student, you're capable of going to one of the best universities in the country. I really urge you to reconsider single honours English. You could hone your photography skills on the side, with work experience, become the president of the uni's photography society, join the student newspaper as a photographer, develop your portfolio and you'd be more employable as a result.
    This is what i'm pretty much planning to do anyway ^_^, but i thought that if i found, after A level, that i absolutely adored Photography, then it might've been an option to consider. :yep:
 
 
 
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