Find out more Find out whether you are eligible and how you can apply This course is delivered by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and more details of any additional costs associated with the faculty's courses are listed on the following page: Faculty of Arts and Humanities additional costs.
We also have a 95% overall student satisfaction rating with 100% of students agreeing the course in intellectually stimulating.* "The opportunity to work on the University literary magazine was instrumental in my decision to pursue a career in publishing and helped me to gain work experience placements.
The course built upon basic skills, such as communication through seminar discussions, and proofreading and editing, to ensure my essays were of a high standard.
Our staff have published extensively and internationally across a diverse range of fields in literary criticism and creative writing.
For example, Senior Lecturer Peter Hinds, author of The Horrid Popish Plot, teaches and publishes on early modern literature and Professor Anthony Caleshu, prize winning poet, leads the Contemporary Poetry module.