PART TIME English Literature and Community Engagement Degree
Calling all book-lovers, English enthusiasts and budding creative writers, applications for the English Literature and Community Engagement part-time degree 2021/22 will open soon. To express your interest in the course and receive information when applications open, please fill the short form below.
This exciting degree programme will introduce you to literature in English from across the globe reaching back from the present day to the medieval. Alongside the study of literature you will have the chance to design and set-up a community engaged project and use this to examine the role of literature and reading in contemporary society.
The degree is taught one evening class a week over six years with the occasional Saturday school. You will have access to seminars, lectures, tutorials plus individual mentoring to support you in setting up a community engaged project.
Any questions? Email course directors Dr. Marie-Annick Gournet and Helen Thomas-Hughes: email@example.com
Find out more about the course structure and units available for English Literature and Community Engagement. We also have some new and exciting units for the coming academic year on ELCE - watch this space!
Applying for the course and further information
Applications open soon for 2021-22. Fill in an expression of interest form to get on our mailing list and receive a notification when applications open.
Deadline for ELCE application submission will be announced soon.
Admission to ELCE is via an interview with the course directors. Interviews will be held by skype or phone. The directors will contact applicants to arrange an interview date.
Links to the application form will appear here soon.
Information on course fees and funding can be found here.
Contact Helen Thomas Hughes and Dr Marie-Annick Gournet on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about the course or for support with your application.
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Preparing for degree level study
Before embarking on the full BA course, you may be interested in our short preparatory course Reading English Literature. Please see our page on short courses.