British Culture & Politics since 1945
This programme is taught over a two week period before the start of the semester and provides an introduction to major themes and events that have shaped social, cultural and political development of the UK since the end of World War Two using British literature, films, music and popular culture to illustrate it. This popular programme also includes excursions around the local area. The programme is worth 10 SU credits and the cost can be included within the tuition fees for a semester (60 SU credits) or a full-year (120 SU credits) for fee paying students. Should the maximum number of credits be exceeded for the year/semester the programme is available at a cost of £500. Exchange students may also choose to study this programme at a cost of £500.
Please note: an additional 2 weeks accommodation will be charged for this course.
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Module Equivalence: 120 Swansea University Credits = 60 ECTS credits
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