Learn the theoretical underpinnings of English you need to teach through exploring the main genres of creative writing (poetry, prose, drama and media) as well as developing your understanding of modern and Shakespearian theatre studies. You study a diverse range of literature from the medieval period to the present day, learning to apply techniques of textual criticism and different theoretical approaches. Why choose this course
- Follow a course that allows you to study English literature, work creatively with the English language and establish a career in education
- Benefit from sharing a campus with our well-established English department, offering extensive, expert knowledge across English literature, language and linguistics
- Have access to world-class resources in English such as the Hockliffe Collection
- If you are a graduate of English-related fields such as creative writing or performance, it gives you the chance to work in a fulfilling profession while pursuing other career goals
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How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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