The School of English was one of the first departments to be established when the University was formally opened (as The Nottingham University College) in June 1881. The School is located in the Trent Building, University Park Campus.
The School of English has a range of Undergraduate, Masters and Distance Learning courses and opportunities for postgraduate research in the following areas:
Research in the School of English embraces a wide spectrum of specialisms and interdisciplinary areas:
Our graduates are among the best in the country and move into an extraordinarily wide range of careers. Some go into media work (publishing, TV research or journalism), marketing, law, accountancy or librarianship. Others become school teachers, teachers of English as a foreign language or university lecturers, while our well-developed links to the creative industries and the heritage and tourism sector provide great opportunities for students wishing to work in those areas.
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The School offers a very supportive environment for students, with a well-established personal tutor system. The School has a Senior Tutor, who co-ordinates the personal tutor system and Undergraduate and Postgraduate Learning Community Forums.
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