Philosophy and Welsh (BA)
3 years (Full-time) / n/a (Part-time) / n/a (Distance / E-Learning)
The Joint Honours degree in Philosophy and Welsh provides you with the opportunity of specialising in two university honours subjects. Many students find joint honours both stimulating and rewarding as they observe both similarities and differences in the two subjects. Often there are complementary issues and perspectives as well as skills and that link the subjects, be they critical analysis, historical contexts or recent research. Each school involved in delivering the degree offers a challenging programme of modules, supported by a friendly atmosphere and excellent staff-student relationships. For fuller information about each of the subjects, please visit the two separate subject entries on Course Finder.
This course is only open to prospective students who have studied Welsh as a First Language to Advanced Level. The reason for this is that students who have studied Welsh as a second language must study 80 credits of Welsh during their first year. The exciting, intensive nature of the course, and the number of face to face contact hours means that the timetable does not therefore allow for some subject to be studied with Welsh. If you do not have A level Welsh, and/or feel that you may be able to follow the First Language Welsh route, whatever your background or qualifications, don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com
“Mae’r cwrs hwn yn agored i ddarpar fyfyrwyr sydd wedi astudio’r Gymraeg fel Iaith Gyntaf hyd at Safon Uwch. Mae hyn oherwydd bod myfyrwyr sydd wedi astudio’r Gymraeg fel Ail Iaith yn astudio 80 credyd o Gymraeg yn ystod eu blwyddyn gyntaf gyda ni. Mae natur ddwys, gyffrous y cwrs hwn, a nifer uchel yr oriau cyswllt wyneb-yn-wyneb, yn golygu nad yw’r amserlen yn caniatáu I rai pynciau gael eu hastudio ar y cyd â’r Gymraeg. Os nad oes gennych lefel A yn y Gymraeg, a/neu rydych yn teimlo y gallech ddilyn Llwybr Iaith Gyntaf, peidiwch ag oedi rhag cysylltu â firstname.lastname@example.org”
|How to apply||www.cardiff.ac.uk/howtoapply|
|Typical places available||The School of English, Communication and Philosophy admits around 360 students every year to its undergraduate degree programmes.
The School of Welsh admits around 35 students every year to its undergraduate degree programmes.
|Typical applications received||The School of English, Communication and Philosophy - 1500
The School of Welsh - 130
|Scholarships & Bursaries||www.cardiff.ac.uk/scholarships|
|Typical A-level offer||ABB|
|Admissions Tutors||Philosophy: Dr Richard Gray
Welsh: Dr Rhiannon Marks
|Tel Number||Philosophy: 029 2087 6323
Welsh: 029 2087 4843
|Email address||Philosophy: email@example.com
|Typical A-level Offer||ABB. Two or three A-level subjects, usually including Welsh. Please note that this course is not available to second language Welsh students|
|Typical WBQ Offer||Advanced Diploma Pass core and A level grades AB including Welsh|
|Typical Int Bacc Offer||35 points|
|Other||Applications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome. Please see detailed admissions and selection criteria for more information.|
A list of commonly accepted alternative entry qualifications and admissions and selection criteria for this degree programme can be read here.
Next intake: September each year
Name: Mrs Anna Birt (Philosophy)
Telephone: +44 (0)29 2087 6323
Name: Dr Rhiannon Marks
Telephone: 029 2087 5594