This course offers you a flexible and dynamic approach to a rich and fascinating subject. You'll be taught by enthusiastic staff, all of whom are actively engaged in research within their specialist fields. We are proud of bringing this expertise into our teaching. In the last externally assessed subject review, teaching quality was highly commended.
You'll study core modules in literature and critical theory, and develop your analytical abilities and historical knowledge as well as your interpretative and critical skills.
The University sponsors the annual Huddersfield Literature Festival. This event, which supports and showcases established and emerging writers, is organised by our Creative Writing staff and you are encouraged to participate.
To find out more about English at Huddersfield follow this link: www.hud.ac.uk/mhm/english/
To find out more about Studying a Modern Language at Huddersfield follow this link: www.hud.ac.uk/mhm/languages/
This degree is excellent preparation for any career which requires high levels of communication skills. Many graduates, for example, enter careers in PR, marketing, management and other business-based jobs. Alternatively, you will be well-prepared for further training as a teacher of English, or as an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or English as a Second Language (ESOL) teacher, providing you with opportunities to travel and work overseas.
English language requirements can be documented as follows:
* IELTS – score of 6.0
* PBT TOEFL (Paper-Based Test) – score of 550
* IBT TOEFL (Internet-Based Test) - score of 80
* CBT TOEFL (Computer-Based Test) - score of 213