Undergraduate CertHE

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English Literature

This course will support your transition into university-level study as you develop critical and analytical skills in the field of English literature.

English Literature

Course Overview

  • UCAS code


    QQ21
  • Institution code


    L27
  • Main location


    City Campus
  • Attendance


    Full-Time
  • Duration


    1 Year
  • Start date


    20 Sep 2021

Our one-year Certificate of HE course will give you the full university experience. Successful completion will allow you to progress into the second year of the BA (Hons) degree.

As part of this course, you’ll:

  • Study a range of modules which will develop your critical and analytical skills
  • Engage with the close reading of a variety of texts including novels, poems, and plays
  • Write critically and/or creatively across a range of genres, forms and styles
  • Be encouraged to discuss and debate the different ways texts can be interpreted
  • Learn through bespoke workshops, seminars, lectures and events designed to support your new experiences of study in higher education
  • Be assessed in a variety of ways including presentations, which will help you to understand the wider world and the contemporary moment
  • Have plenty of opportunities to ask questions about your course and transition to university life

Your academic community
We’ll nurture your passion by developing your creative and critical thinking. You’ll benefit from:

  • Inspired teaching and intellectual debate
  • A rolling programme of published lecturers, world-renowned researchers, and award-winning authors and playwrights

Support while you study
Your programme of course-specific induction experiences will help you find clubs and societies that you want to join. You’ll also be encouraged to become part of support networks within the School of Cultural Studies and the wider university. 

The Northern heart of culture and the arts
Leeds is the Northern heart of culture and the arts. Your campus sits in the very centre of the city, surrounded by museums, art galleries, theatres, film production companies and recording studios. We work directly with Leeds museums and galleries and many regional events, including the Leeds Literature Festival and the Ilkley Literature Festival. Our location has enabled us to develop relationships with employers and cultural industries in the city and across the region.

Why study English Literature at Leeds Beckett University...

  1. Be supported by an expert teaching team as you transition into university-level study
  2. Work with practising writers and active researchers
  3. Expert careers service
     

School of Cultural Studies & Humanities The School of Cultural Studies & Humanities at Leeds Beckett celebrates student and staff with a true passion for the Arts and Humanities.

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