The Faculty of Humanities at the University of Kent encourages interdisciplinary study and students at the Paris Centre are offered a range of modules inspired by Paris and its unique cultural history.
This twelve-month programme allows students of literature the opportunity to augment their study with visits to some of places that have inspired many of the greatest authors of the last several hundred years. Students can also make use of the use of the research resources and archives that are only available in Paris to develop a dissertation over the summer term.
You take two modules in each of the first two terms and a dissertation in the third.
You are required to take:
One Paris module from your own subject area (compulsory) The School of English is offering a new module entitled: The Verbal and the Visual: Dialogues between Literature, Film, Art and Philosophy A further three from the selection of Paris modules available
Teaching and Assessment
Assessment is by a 5-6,000-word essay for each module and a 12,000 word dissertation.