Discover English - 20 June 2013
'English' covers a range of thought-provoking and exciting subjects that can be explored at university.
At The University of Manchester, English-related courses include: English Literature, English Language, Drama, Anglo-Saxon History, Linguistics and American Studies. Different periods are studied, such as Victorian literature, 18th century and post-war texts, and courses include a range of media, including books, poems, drama and film.
Degree courses can also include a combination of subjects, including a range of European, Middle Eastern and Asian languages.
This day gave students a taste of the range of opportunities available within the study of English and of the diverse range of potential career opportunities this will open up.
|9.30am||Arrival, registration and refreshments|
|9.45am||Welcome and introduction|
|10.00am||Studying English and related disciplines at the University|
|10.30am||Parallel overviews of English-related disciplines|
|11.05am||Break and workshop sign-in|
|11.20am||Parallel overviews of English-related disciplines|
|11.55am||Campus tour with current undergraduate students|
|1.05pm||Return to foyer|
|1.15pm||Parallel workshops in Drama, Education and English Literature|
|2.15pm||Switchover to next workshop|
|2.25pm||Parallel workshops in Drama, Education and English Literature|
|3.25pm||Return to large group for event close|
|3.35pm||Question-and-answer session with English-related students|
|3.50pm||Evaluation and close|
For information about relevant degree programmes see: