Foundation Year Our Foundation Year provides an excellent alternative route to Keele, providing a unique opportunity to better prepare for your chosen degree, and with guaranteed entry onto your undergraduate course once you successfully complete your Foundation Year. This extra year of study can improve your academic skills, expand your subject knowledge, give you a better understanding of higher education and, perhaps most importantly of all, build your confidence. On the Keele Foundation Year, you'll study on campus, joining our undergraduate community from the outset, with access to all the facilities and support that you'd get as an undergraduate student at Keele. International Students For International Students, Foundation Years are delivered through our dedicated on-campus provider, Keele University International College. Applications for International Foundation Years are also handled by KUIC; please do not apply via UCAS as the University will not be able to process your application and you may still be charged the UCAS application fee. To find out more and to apply for an International Foundation Year, visit https://kuic.keele.ac.uk/ English Literature English Literature at Keele is a vibrant community of staff and students who are passionate in their belief that literature is vital to understanding the world around us. You will delve deep into a diverse range of literary works from different cultures and historical periods. Through this, you will not only develop confidence and expertise as a reader, writer, and critic, but will also gain the knowledge and skills to contribute to some of the most crucial debates of our time regarding such issues as decolonisation, sustainability and the environment, gender and sexuality, and political extremism. Why choose this course?
- Become a skilled analyst of literature of all kinds, from poetry to graphic novels to political speeches
- Develop your critical thinking and learn how to convince others with your arguments
- Enhance your career prospects and build key transferable skills through core modules and work placement opportunities
- Work at the cutting edge of research alongside experienced literary scholars
- Practise real-world skills, such as advertising an exhibition, planning a teaching session, or delivering a podcast, as well as writing essays
For a list of indicative modules please visit the course page on the Keele University website.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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