Is your imagination captured by the literature of the Renaissance and the Victorians, or the opportunity to know more about postcolonialism or postmodernism? Do debates around why we go to school, and what we should learn excite you? Covering a broad range of both educational and literary topics, our dynamic and stimulating programme embeds creative teaching and assessment methods to produce diverse and confident graduates.
Top 10in England for Education The Complete University Guide, 2021
Work Placementavailable as an optional module for 2nd year Humanities students
Top 3in England for overall Student Satisfaction NSS 2019 (broad-based universities)
Zahra - English Literature
"I really enjoy how versatile the module choices are for English Literature. There are plenty of options depending on your reading preferences and there is flexibility within modules, as various texts are explored."
Phoenix Moss, Education
"I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to study in Uppsala, Sweden for a semester in my second year" - read more about Phoenix Moss, Education
Kyle, English Literature
"The staff at Keele always go the extra mile for students and offer immense academic and mental support"
Rachel Ward, Education
"The course gives you a real insight into the education sector as a whole" - read more about Rachel Ward, Education
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