English Language and British Culture

Programme detail

This programme is a 3-4 week programme and allows students to develop their English language skills through scheduled classroom time. You will undertake a research project and present your findings at the end of the programme to Keele staff and students. You participate in a number of specially selected field trips designed to give students a British Cultural Experience. 

What to expect

  • Classroom activities including role plays (language practice for travel, homestay and intercultural understanding. Language games, presentations, debates and cultural awareness activities.
  • Research Project – investigation via questionnaires and interactions with UK citizens, public speaking.

Students study a variety of topics relating to British Culture, learning the language as you go!

Topics include:

  • Dialects and Languages of the UK
  • the importance of not being English
  • The British Monarchy
  • The UK's roles in the world (past, present, and future)
  • The social history of the British Pub
  • British youth sub-cultures

Social programme

The programme allows for at least one excursion per week and previous trips have included:

  • London
  • Liverpool
  • Wales- Conwy Castle
  • Local industry visits

How to Apply

This programme is currently only open to students from our bespoke partner universities. If you would like to discuss setting up a bespoke programme, please contact the Global Opportunities Team