These are the subjects you can study at BGU at undergraduate level:
Our drama course will allow you to take your projects into community settings, engaging with people of all ages and backgrounds. You will have the chance to utilise your passion and creative talents to make a difference in the big wide world.
Early Childhood Studies
This course gives the tools to inspire the next generation and explores a wide range of issues and principles whilst providing the opportunity to apply your learning to real-life situations
Can education make a difference to human rights? Women’s rights? Nationally? Globally? These are just some of the big questions that our highly contemporary, reactive and issues-based Education Studies course will examine.
Studying English gives you access to the power of human creativity and literary expression. Explore the richness and diversity of literary history, and debate those critical questions that continue to shape the investigation of literature.
History is essential in understanding what the past means for us in the twenty-first century. Learn about the ages in a dynamic and exciting way; through words, images, buildings and artefacts.
Primary Education with QTS
Primary education plays a vital role in the shaping of a child’s future and this course, with its integrated academic and professional preparation for teaching, will give you to the tools to inspire children to learn.
Throughout our psychology degree you will gain an in-depth understanding of the scientific nature of the subject and of its wider cultural and social impact. Develop your understanding of psychology, theories of the mind and behaviour.
Special Educational Needs & Inclusion
This course will not only teach you special educational provision and how to tackle discrimination but also how to meet the needs of different groups across society. You will challenge your own beliefs and values and become an advocate for change.
Sport is more than just running and jumping. During this 3 year course you will gain understanding in the complexities behind this subject, including; the development of sport; how performance can be enhanced and how it can be managed and led.