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Undergraduate study

English Literature and Creative Writing 2019/20


Our trophy cabinet The awards we’ve won don’t just make us feel proud. They give you an idea of what the University is like.

Teaching Excellence Framework Gold Award Huddersfield is a TEF gold-rated institution delivering consistently outstanding teaching and learning of the highest quality found in the UK (Teaching Excellence Framework, 2017).

Global Teaching Excellence Award We won the first Global Teaching Excellence Award. It recognised the University’s commitment to world-class teaching and its success in developing students as independent learners and critical thinkers (HEA, 2017).

University of the Year The Times Higher Education named us as University of the Year in November 2013. They liked our “bold, imaginative and innovative initiatives.”

Queen’s Anniversary Prize The Queen’s Anniversary Prize is a big thing in UK Higher Education. We were delighted to earn one for our role in expanding global boundaries of new music.

A Four Star University QS Stars has given us four stars. That means we are “highly international, demonstrating excellence in both teaching and research with an excellent environment for students and staff.”

Athena Swan We’re serious about gender equality. We want an equal number of men and women on our science and engineering courses, for instance. Our commitment was recognised in 2015 with the Athena SWAN Bronze Award.

Find out more about our awards at hud.ac.uk/about/our-awards

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What’s inside Study with us

4–5 Our courses

Meet us

Apply to us

Sarah Ismail’s student journey so far

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18 Open Days

Hear from Dr Todd Borlik on training the creative mind

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Welcome to English Literature and Creative Writing English Literature and Creative Writing is home to a friendly team of accredited teachers, leading academic researchers and award-winning writers. Our courses cover all of the main genres and periods of literature from the Renaissance to the present, with plenty of opportunities to specialise. Creative writing modules allow you to base up to one third of your degree around the development of your own writing and to take it all the way from conception to publication. Or you can just choose to study one or two modules.

Our students benefit from individual attention from personal tutors and a strong emphasis upon personal and career development. As a student you will also benefit from the wide range of extra-curricular activities and events on offer. These range from publishing your own work in one of our internationally-distributed Grist collections, gaining experience of programming events at the Huddersfield Literature Festival, or just attending one of the many talks, performances or visits that take place all year round. Dr Merrick Burrow Subject Leader

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Perhaps you love reading and you want to develop skills that could stand you in good stead in the jobs market. You may even be a budding writer yourself and want to learn techniques to enhance your chances of being published.

Study with us My course has made me a well rounded person and opened my mind to the wider world. Sarah Ismail, English Literature with Creative Writing BA(Hons)

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Check this out! 100% The UK’s only University where all our permanent teaching staff are Fellows of the Higher Education Academy.*

We offer a range of courses that give you the opportunity to gain transferable skills sought after by employers. Choose to study English Literature and we’ll get you reading, discussing and analysing some of the most engaging books ever written. We want you to finish your degree with the kind of practical, transferable skills needed in the real world – things like critical thinking, researching, independent study, communicating and arguing persuasively. If you decide to add one of our Creative Writing modules, up to one third of your studies will be focused on developing your own writing techniques and skills. Poetry, a novel, a play: whatever you’re working on, we could give you the chance to develop your ideas, craft your work and get it ready for publication. Huddersfield is a happening place for literature, so while you’re here you might want to get involved in the Huddersfield Literature Festival, or attend one of the talks, performances or visits that go on throughout the year. You could even publish your own work in our internationally-distributed Grist collections.

100% We scored 100% for student satisfaction for English Literature BA(Hons) and English Literature with Creative Writing BA(Hons).**

You may wish to study Literature alongside English Language and spend time focusing on how language is used in everyday life. You will have the opportunity to choose from a selection of modules from analysing conversation to studying intercultural communication. Whatever course you choose, you could combine it with a modern language to add another dimension to your knowledge. Whether you’re a complete beginner or pretty near fluent, we could help you build up your language skills and gain an understanding of different countries, cultures and business environments. We make sure the world of work is never far away. You’ll undertake a 5-week work-related project in Year 2 but also have the opportunity to take a year-long placement in Year 3. It’s a great way to build your skills and CV as well as make valuable contacts for your future career path. * Permanent staff, after probation: some recently appointed colleagues will only obtain recognition in the months after their arrival in Huddersfield, once they have started teaching. ** National Student Satisfaction Survey 2017.

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Graduates employed from this course

English Literature BA(Hons)

80%* Key information: UCAS code: Q320 Duration: 3 years full-time, 4 years inc. placement year, 41/2-6 years part-time Entry requirements: BBB at A Level including a minimum grade B in any form of English DDM at BTEC 120 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications including a minimum grade B at A Level in any form of English

There are lots of English Literature courses out there, so why choose us? We think it comes down to one word: enjoyment. If you enjoy your studies, you’ll get more out of them. So, while some of the texts may be different from what you’re used to reading, we never lose sight of the pleasure that comes from reading, discussing and writing. Enjoyment is only part of the story. We also want you to finish your English Literature BA(Hons) course with the kind of practical, transferable skills needed in the real world – things like critical thinking, researching, independent study, communicating and arguing persuasively.

And, while some of our texts may be ancient, the way we work is anything but old-fashioned. You’ll explore how to present your ideas using the latest media, as well as more traditional approaches. You’ll also have lots of opportunities to team up with students and lecturers, whether in seminars or on group projects. We offer flexibility in the course too. So if you’re bored of the Bard, or not so keen on Keats, there’s no need to worry. Every year we offer various literature modules so you can tailor your degree around what interests you – it could be an overlooked genre or a lesser-known gem. Our BA(Hons) in English Literature gives you the freedom to choose your own path and look beyond the established classics. Your learning will extend beyond the classroom, as we’ll also get you out in the field to visit key locations. You could visit the nearby Brontë Parsonage in Haworth, or go to the British Library. Every year students also have the chance to attend events at the Huddersfield Literature Festival.

Jade Hinchliffe, English Literature BA(Hons), placement at Numberworks’n’words

* Percentage of graduates from this course who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2015/16).

“Being able to learn from experienced teachers and get help and advice from them has been great. I have been able to have experience teaching a variety of children of different ages, ability and backgrounds and grown so much in confidence as a teacher. I now work at Numberworks ‘n’ words as an English tutor for three evenings per week.”

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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Graduates employed from this course

75%

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Key information: UCAS code: Q3WW Duration: 3 years full-time, 4 years inc. placement year, 41/2-6 years part-time Entry requirements: BBB at A Level including a minimum grade B in any form of English DDM at BTEC 120 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications including a minimum grade B at A Level in any form of English

English Literature wıth Creative Writing BA(Hons)

Studying English Literature doesn’t just give you the chance to read and enjoy some of the world’s best writing, it could also help you learn how to research, analyse, debate and create. You could sharpen your thinking and fine-tune your communication skills, ready for a whole range of exciting careers. We want you to finish your English Literature with Creative Writing BA(Hons) course with the kind of practical, transferable skills needed in the real world – things like critical thinking, researching, independent study, communicating and arguing persuasively. And, while some of our texts may be ancient, the way we work is anything but old-fashioned. You’ll explore how to present your ideas using the latest media, as well as more traditional approaches. You’ll also have lots of opportunities to team up with students and lecturers, whether in seminars or on group projects. Every year we offer various literature modules so you can tailor your degree

around what interests you. You could take your own path and look beyond the well-known classics to discover other hidden gems. By reading and studying the work that interests you, you’ll hopefully be inspired to take your own creative writing further too. On the course your tutors will encourage you to develop your creativity as you go, giving useful and practical feedback to help you polish your work to perhaps even get it ready for publication. Your creative writing tutors are actively involved in writing and getting their work published. They’re passionate about their subject, and will focus on giving you the opportunity to explore your talents. Your learning will extend beyond the classroom, as we’ll also get you out in the field to visit key locations. You could visit the nearby Brontë Parsonage in Haworth, or go to the British Library. Every year students also have the chance to attend events at the Huddersfield Literature Festival.

Charlotte Thompson graduated from English Literature with Creative Writing BA(Hons) in 2016 and is now Junior Account Executive at a leading UK PR and social media agency in Leeds

* Percentage of graduates from this course who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2015/16).

“I don’t think I would have been in such a good position to apply for my current role if I hadn’t have done a placement or the course I did at Huddersfield. I was lucky enough to do two placements, one as an editorial assistant at the University’s in-house publisher, Grist, and the second was a year-long placement at Buckingham Palace acting as the Communications Intern to HRH The Duke of York.”

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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Graduates employed from these subjects

85– 88%*

Key information: UCAS code: Q3RY Duration: 3 years full-time, 4 years inc. placement year, 41/2-6 years part-time Entry requirements: BBB at A Level including a minimum grade B in any form of English DDM at BTEC 120 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications including a minimum grade B at A Level in any form of English Additional criteria: Standard entry level point for your modern language is an A Level in the chosen language (e.g. French, Spanish or German). However, depending on your profile, it might be possible to start below this level as the School offers a wide range of modules. Please contact the Admissions Tutor to discuss.

English Literature with a Modern Language BA(Hons)

During your English Literature studies, you’ll get to read (and discuss) some of the greatest works ever written, but more than that, you’ll learn how to research, analyse, debate and create. You’ll sharpen your thinking and fine-tune your communication skills, ready for a whole range of exciting careers. We’ll look at a range of literature, from 16th-century drama right through to the present day, and give you plenty of chances to indulge and develop your tastes. If you want to explore different ways of analysing texts, you could also study critical theory. And, while some of our texts may be ancient, the way we work is anything but old-fashioned. You’ll explore how to present your ideas using the latest media, as well as more traditional approaches. You’ll also have lots of opportunities to team up with students and lecturers, whether in seminars or on group projects. During each year of your studies you’ll be able to choose the various literature modules to tailor your degree around what interests you – it could be an overlooked genre

* Percentage of graduates from these subject areas at Huddersfield who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2015/16).

or a lesser-known gem. Or you could choose to study one of the classics if you prefer. Your course will give equal weight to the language you have chosen to study. You’ll study two language options from a variety of modern language modules. The modules available to you depend on your prior knowledge and experience. Options include French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Urdu and Chinese. We don’t just study the languages, we also look at the societies and cultures where they are spoken. You’ll have every opportunity to gain a deeper and broader understanding as your studies progress. Studying a modern language could also colour and inform your studies in literature, as you discover connections or make comparisons between different cultures and texts. And of course, in today’s globalised world, many employers are very keen to employ graduates who can speak and understand another language. You could make yourself an attractive prospect for a national or international employer.

The Oastler Building is home to the English Literature and Creative Writing department. The state-of-the-art facilities include flexible teaching spaces with small breakout spaces for group work, and incorporate integrated satellite language viewing areas within specialised language labs and social spaces.

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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Graduates employed from this subject

85%

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Key information: UCAS code: Q300 Duration: 3 years full-time, 4 years inc. placement year, 41/2-6 years part-time Entry requirements: ABB at A Level DDM at BTEC 128 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications Additional criteria: Evidence of interest in language and linguistics demonstrated in personal statement in any form of English.

English Language and Literature BA(Hons)

Literature has been a source of inspiration, entertainment and education for hundreds of years. We’ll look at some of the classic texts from the English Renaissance of the 16th-century right up to the present day. So whether you want to immerse yourself in Jacobean tragedy or Romantic poetry, you’ll have the chance to explore some of your favourite genres – and discover new ones too. We’ll also look at a wide range of theoretical perspectives, so you can engage with literary theory and think critically about the link between literature, society and the environment. Every text can raise cultural, ethical and political issues, and if you want to explore those then we’ll give you the chance to develop your analytical skills. For the language and linguistics elements of your course, we’ll assess how language shapes the world we live in, and how principles like humour, power and crosscultural relations are all dependent on the formation of language.

* Percentage of graduates from this subject area at Huddersfield who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2015/16).

The course is equally split between Literature and Linguistics, and studying both subjects together can help give you a truly rounded understanding of both disciplines. You could use the theory you learn in Linguistics to bring to bear on literary texts, for instance. All the while you’ll be given the opportunity to gain transferable skills that employers are looking for, like how to assess the written word, how to read situations, putting forward an argument, and working as a team and individually. Your learning will extend beyond the classroom, as we’ll also get you out in the field to visit key locations. You could visit the nearby Brontë Parsonage in Haworth, or go to the British Library. Every year students also have the chance to attend events at the Huddersfield Literature Festival. In your second year you’ll have the chance to go on a 5-week work placement or year-long placement in Year 3, which is designed to enhance your skills ready for employment and to help you gain useful contacts in your chosen field.

The University Languages Programme is open to all students and allows you to study a modern language outside your degree programme and receive formal recognition of your achievement. We offer a range of languages at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels including Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, British Sign Language, Professional and Business English (for non-native speakers).

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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Graduates employed from these subjects

85– 95%*

Key information: UCAS code: Q302 Duration: 3 years full-time, 4 years inc. placement year Entry requirements: BBB at A Level including a minimum grade B in any form of English or History DDM at BTEC 120 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications including a minimum grade B at A Level in any form of English or History

English Literature and History BA(Hons)

Our English Literature course spans hundreds of years of inspiration, from the English Renaissance of the 16th-century right up to the present day. So whether you love Jacobean drama or contemporary poetry, you’ll be able to indulge your tastes and hopefully gain some new ones too. Your choices on the History side of your degree are equally wide ranging. We’ll cover the cultural, societal, historical and political impact of events and eras that have had a huge impact on today’s civilisation. Along the way you’ll be able to study conflicts, empires, disasters and more, from the medieval period right through to contemporary society.

The topics we cover aren’t just exciting and rewarding to study, they could help you develop some transferable skills that employers are looking for too. You could go on to a career in fields such as teaching, librarianship, archives, the media, the voluntary sector, PR, law and accountancy. In your second year, you’ll also have the opportunity to take a placement for 5 weeks or a year-long work placement in Year 3. Recent graduates have taken placements at Pen and Sword Books, Wilsons Solicitors, Kirklees Library Service, West Yorkshire Archives Service and The Royal Armouries Museum.

The course is an equal mixture of both subjects. In your first year in History you’ll have the chance to learn more about early medieval Europe and 20th-century Britain. And in your English modules you’ll start looking at a wide range of literature, as well as literary criticism and theory.

* Percentage of graduates from these subject areas at Huddersfield who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2015/16).

Real-World The University hosts the annual Huddersfield Literature Festival.

100% In the subject area of History we scored 100% for student satisfaction in the National Student Satisfaction Survey 2017.

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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Graduates employed from these subjects

85– 92%*

Key information: UCAS code: PQ32 Duration: 3 years full-time, 4 years inc. placement year Entry requirements: BBC at A Level including a minimum grade B in any form of English DMM at BTEC 112 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications including a minimum grade B at A Level in any form of English

Film Studies and English Literature BA(Hons)

On your course you’ll be able to choose from a range of optional modules in both Film and English Literature. We aim to give you a wide spectrum of topics to choose from, so you can build up a strong foundation of both subjects, before moving on to what really fascinates you. Studying film, we’ll look at a wide range of cinematic forms. From popular cinema through to challenging avant-garde works, you’ll be able to study a rich and varied selection of genres. We’ll also look at topics like national cinemas, and the work of individual filmmakers. You could look at adaptation, and how great works of literature are adapted to the big screen. Screenwriting, music and performance are all also part of the curriculum.

knowledge of the best writing from this nation and further afield. You might find some surprises along the way, and discover authors or genres that you hadn’t known before. Some of the texts may be different from what you are used to reading, but we never lose sight of the pleasure that comes from reading, discussing and writing. It’s not all about close reading and analysis though. We never forget the real world too. We want you to finish your degree with the kind of practical, transferable skills that employers are looking for – things like critical thinking, researching, independent study, communicating and arguing persuasively.

But it’s not all theory. We’ll also give you the chance to try your hand at filmmaking too. If you choose one of our documentary filmmaking modules you could get behind the camera and start exploring. With English Literature, we’ll encourage you to develop a broad

Alex Baron, Film Studies and English Literature BA(Hons) * Percentage of graduates from these subject areas at Huddersfield who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2014/15 and 2015/16 aggregated).

“The most exciting part of my course is the opportunity to be creative, which is something I wasn’t expecting. Film is a really fun subject which can be studied and applied in so many different ways and perspectives. The tutors really attune the work to your individual strengths.”

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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Graduates employed from these subjects

85– 89%*

Key information: UCAS code: W402 Duration: 3 years full-time Entry requirements: BBB at A Level including minimum grade B in two relevant subjects, preferably Drama, Theatre or Performance Studies and English DM at BTEC in Performing Arts or related subject and a minimum grade B at A Level in English 120 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications including a minimum grade B at A Level in two related subjects, preferably in Drama, Theatre or Performance Studies and English Additional criteria: Applicants will be invited to attend a selection day workshop by way of audition. Some applicants may also be invited to interview. You must show evidence of practical and theoretical interest in drama.

Drama and English Literature BA(Hons)

On the course you’ll be able to look at contemporary approaches to Drama in great depth, while also studying the complementary subject of English Literature. Our links with Slung Low, IOU Productions and Northern Broadsides mean you’ll be able to work alongside internationally known companies. You could also meet and work with guests like Professor Sir Patrick Stewart, John Britton, Andrew Morrish and Nicolás Núñez. We want to help you draw on your own creativity to produce intelligent, thoughtful and innovative work. We’ll encourage you to develop principles and approaches that could carry you through your chosen career and help you reach your full potential.

In your English Literature studies, you’ll study some of the most renowned writing, along with some lesser-known but equally inspiring works. You’ll have the chance to develop an understanding of the major movements of prose and poetry, and we’ll focus on building your analytical skills to help you assess, question, debate and persuade. They’re all skills that employers are looking for. While you’re here you will go and see how the professionals do it. National touring theatre and performance companies regularly perform in Huddersfield’s Lawrence Batley Theatre, as well as venues in nearby Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield. We aim to make it a rich and inspiring three years for you to develop your creativity and understanding.

Melissa Sert, Drama and English Literature BA(Hons), on her first-year production * Percentage of graduates from these subject areas at Huddersfield who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2014/15 and 2015/16 aggregated).

“Working with the well-established theatre company, Duende on a two-week professional production was an extremely rewarding experience. Being able to work with the likes of amazing practitioners like John Britton was unforgettable.”

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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Graduates employed from these subjects

85– 89%*

Key information: UCAS code: W4Q3 Duration: 3 years full-time Entry requirements: BBB at A Level including a minimum grade B in two relevant subjects, preferably Drama, Theatre or Performance Studies and English DDM at BTEC in Performing Arts or related area of study 120 UCAS points from a combination of Level 3 qualifications including a minimum grade B at A Level in two relevant subjects, preferably Drama, Theatre or Performance Studies and English Additional criteria: Applicants will be invited to attend a selection day workshop by way of audition and submit a small creative writing portfolio. Some applicants may also be invited to interview. You must show evidence of practical and theoretical interest in drama.

Drama with Creative Writing BA(Hons)

You’ll be encouraged to develop your writing across a whole range of creative media, including theatre, film, television and radio as well as fiction and poetry. We’ll also give you the chance to study contemporary approaches to drama. Our links with Slung Low, IOU Productions and Northern Broadsides mean you’ll be able to work alongside internationally known companies. You could also meet and work with practitioners like Professor Sir Patrick Stewart, John Britton, Andrew Morrish and Nicolás Núñez.

In your creative writing modules, you’ll be working with tutors who are published and performed writers. They’ll encourage you to get writing and give you useful feedback to help you progress. You’ll have the chance to understand what makes great writing, which could be invaluable in your own work, and help you find a career in a number of professions too. On the course you’ll have the chance to work with a professional theatre company, getting you collaborating with other students and professionals to put on a major performance.

On the drama side of the course, we will give you the chance to explore your own creativity to produce intelligent, thoughtful and innovative work. We’ll encourage you to explore approaches to drama, and work with you to fine-tune your skills and help you develop, both practically and intellectually. We’ll give you the chance to reach your full potential.

Daniella Ryalls graduated from Drama BA(Hons) in 2016 * Percentage of graduates from these subject areas at Huddersfield who go on to work and/or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers Survey 2014/15 and 2015/16 aggregated).

“My degree at Huddersfield has benefited me in my area of work more than I can put into words. When I started, I was sure that I wanted to go into acting but the course has opened my eyes to new opportunities. I am now completing a vocational course in Stage Management in Edinburgh, a course where only fifteen people are accepted a year. And I owe it all to the tutors at Huddersfield.”

For detailed course and employability information, including full entry requirements, please visit courses.hud.ac.uk

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My student journey so far

Sarah Ismail

English Literature with Creative Writing BA(Hons) From a young age, Sarah has always been a book worm and despite her interest in law, decided to keep her options open and study English Literature.

what I really wanted to do and that is still something law related. The role significantly increased my confidence and allowed me to network with key people in the legal business.”

“The lecturers are by far the best thing about my course, they are such interesting people and genuinely want you to do well. Their personal touch and open door policy makes me want to be a better student, for myself and to make them proud.” This is evident with Sarah’s winning of the second year prize for highest overall achievement.

Sarah’s advice to anyone looking to study at Huddersfield would be to make the most of all the opportunities available. “There are so many things to get involved with like becoming a course rep, joining the English society, Huddersfield Literature Festival, poetry events and seminars with external speakers.”

Sarah spent her work placement at Bradford Magistrates Court as a support worker to witnesses and defendants in court. “It was the best thing I ever did,” explains Sarah, “It forced me to think

“The creative writing element of the course is really engaging and an opportunity to produce your own work, explains Sarah, “We cover topics such as writing for TV and experimental writing.”

The lecturers are by far the best thing about my course, they are such interesting people.

Sarah doesn’t regret her degree choice, “It has made me a more rounded person and opened my mind to the wider world.” After graduating, Sarah’s dream is to become a criminal defence barrister and she is well on her way to achieving her dream.

To hear Sarah talk about her student journey visit hud.ac/profiles

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Meet our staff

Training the creative mind

Dr. Todd Borlik Senior Lecturer in English Literature

Born in Indianapolis in the US, Todd has since lived in five different US states and two other countries before hopping the pond to come to Huddersfield. Todd’s first visit to the UK when he was 18 was a formative experience. “It was the stage production I saw in the UK that drove me to major in English at university.”

I love sharing my enthusiasm for great books with students and witnessing as they start to blossom intellectually.

Having previously taught at the University of Washington and Bloomsburg University, Todd was attracted to Huddersfield by the friendliness and vibrancy of the English department, the staff’s publishing achievements and the University’s research credentials. “My research focuses on the writings of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. In particular, I’m fascinated by their attitudes toward the natural world, which in some ways are so curiously foreign, and in others strikingly familiar to our own. People are often surprised to learn that concerns such as air pollution, climate change and animal rights go back as far as the Renaissance.” Asked what he enjoys most about teaching, Todd replies, “I love sharing my enthusiasm for great books with students and witnessing as they start to blossom intellectually. An English degree,” he goes on to say, “trains the mind so students can creatively apply themselves to anything. English Literature students tend to end up with careers that are, on average, more fulfilling than most.”

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We hope you’ve found all the information you need to inspire you to become a student here at Huddersfield. Now all you need to do is apply.

Apply to us UCAS If this is your first (undergraduate) degree and you want to study a full-time course, then you’ll apply via UCAS at ucas.com If you’re at a college or school right now, it’s probably already registered with UCAS. The best thing to do is ask your teacher or careers adviser to help with your application. Once you’ve applied we’ll keep in touch with you throughout the 1 application process, so you’re up to speed with what’s going on.

Our course codes You have to enter the code for the course you want to study on your application form. You can find our course codes on each of the course pages in this brochure, or on the UCAS website. By the way, the institution code for Huddersfield is HUDDS H60. Interviews For some of our courses, you may be asked to attend an interview or informal discussion with staff. If we invite you to an interview, we’ll let you know what we expect you to bring with you.

When to apply If you want to start your course in September 2019, you can apply to UCAS any time from 1 September 2018 onwards. Please make sure UCAS receives your application by 15 January 2019.

Contact us Got a question? Get in touch with us. Tel. +44 (0)1484 478429 Email. literature@hud.ac.uk @Huddunienglish hudunienglish

Important Information This brochure is provided for information only and will not form part of your student contract. For full, up to date details on our courses, including when and how that information may change, visit our website at www.courses.hud.ac.uk

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English Literature and Creative Writing 2019/20 Undergraduate Guide  

Everything you need to know about undergraduate English Literature and Creative Writing in the University of Huddersfield (2019/20 Edition)

English Literature and Creative Writing 2019/20 Undergraduate Guide  

Everything you need to know about undergraduate English Literature and Creative Writing in the University of Huddersfield (2019/20 Edition)