Particularly as an animated film released in the US under Disney? I just have an inkling they’ll throw my application straight in the bin amongst all the essays on major scientific breakthroughs LOL.
That being said, the course does offer a film major..who knows? I've received the same email and I also would like to go down the 'Arts' route of the programme but I haven't decided what I'm going to write the admissions essay about yet! I've received the same email and I also would like to go down the 'Arts' route of the programme but I haven't decided what I'm going to write the admissions essay about yet!
Liberal Arts and Sciences students who meet our entry criteria will be asked to submit a 1000-word admissions essay shortly after submitting their UCAS application.
Offers will then be made based on the quality of the essays.
In my case my teacher suggested linking the film to other texts I've studied and picking out interesting techniques - e.g imagery, structure and all that English-y jazz. I asked some teachers about it and they suggested that rather than the focus of the essay being the important thing, (really it could be about anything), its moreso about the WAY you write and present the essay which gets the attention of the reader.
In my case my teacher suggested linking the film to other texts I've studied and picking out interesting techniques - e.g imagery, structure and all that English-y jazz. Equivalent offers will be made for those studying the International Baccalaureate and similar qualifications. Shortly after receiving your offer, you will be invited to attend one of our Offer-holder Visit Days, scheduled for the following dates: Reduced offers may be offered to those taking part in the Access To Birmingham (A2B) Scheme and to those with an Extended Project Qualification.If you have any questions about the Admissions Essay then please contact the Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences team at [email protected] we will be happy to help.We will send you an email with the three essay questions and details of how to submit your essay.Typically, you will have to submit this directly to the University of Birmingham by email, and this should be submitted within four weeks.Many of the ideas that came out of the event focused on using technology to help solve educational needs―matching high school students to colleges, building tools for the identification of learning disorders, and more.These new and innovative ideas came to be through the combination of concepts from technology, education, psychology, and other fields.We received many excellent submissions with very interesting ideas on this important subject.Take a look at the list of winners and their winning essays below.Hiya, I recently recieved an email from Birmingham requesting me to complete the admissions essay for the LANS course.As somebody going more down the ‘arts’ side of the course I’ve chosen this question: ‘What text, (written, performed or material), has been most significant in your life and why? I’m considering writing about Whisper of the Heart, my favourite animated film. I’m really passionate about it and I do think there are some underlying profound issues to discuss.