Discover English – Tuesday, 28 June 2016
This Discover English day will give you a taste of the range of opportunities available within the study of English as well as the diverse range of potential career opportunities that this degree will open up to you.
Studying English, creative writing and drama subjects at Manchester allows you access to many themes, texts and theories, ranging from classical literature, and creative writing, through to social media, the stage and even the role of English language in education.
Courses at Manchester explore English literature, English language, drama, screen studies and American studies. Different periods are studied, including Victorian literature, 18th-century and post-war texts, and courses include a range of media, including books, poems, drama, film, and even music and TV.
Throughout the day, you’ll see how degrees in English and associated subjects create graduates with highly developed language and communication skills; a greater capacity for both team-working and independent working; and exceptional critical and analytical skills.
If you’re interested in communication, presentation, the power of language, and the relationship of English and drama studies to global history, politics and business, and the arts, then you’ll be sure to enjoy and be enthused by this day.
|9.30am to 9.50am||Arrival, registration and refreshments|
|9.50am to 10.10am||Welcome, introduction and workshop sign-up|
|10.10am to 11am||Studying English and related disciplines at university|
|11.15am to 11.35am||Individual subject overviews|
|11.50am to 12.10pm||Individual subject overviews|
|12.20pm to 12.50pm||Lunch|
|12.50pm to 1.30pm||Workshops|
|1.40pm to 2.20pm||Workshops|
|2.30pm to 2.45pm||Question-and-answer session with English students|
|2.40pm to 3pm||Evaluation and event close|
|3pm to 3.45pm||Optional campus tour with ambassadors|
- Drama course information
- English Literature and Creative Writing course information
- American Studies course information
- English Language for Education course information