You are taught by some of the most eminent writers and thinkers who, between them, teach and research almost every aspect of literature.
We have no set approach beyond instilling the valuable skills of critical thinking, scholarly rigour and good writing.
You have access to the vast resources of the University Library as well as the Faculty library, which houses around 80,000 books and provides computer facilities, skills training and welcoming features such as ‘Tea @ 3’.
Our modern Faculty building also includes a drama studio and garden.
In so doing, also promotes dialogue among English-speaking geocultural areas.
Its editorial policy promotes the thematic cohesion of each volume, open to different academic approaches on current issues in English and American studies, including original research articles, reviews, interviews and selections of creative writing.
Together we explore a rich variety of subject areas, producing research of national and international significance.
As a student in our School, you’ll benefit from our wide-ranging expertise and pioneering research will be at the heart of your studies.
There are no compulsory additional course costs for English.
Prior to arrival, students may be required to undertake some preparatory reading (depending on papers taken).