A combined degree in English Literature and Psychology offers the opportunity to develop skills in both disciplines. In English Literature, you’ll explore the aesthetic expression of different forms of thought, while in Psychology you’ll learn about and research why humans feel, think and act in the ways that they do.
Peirce Proctor, BSc Psychology - Alumni
"By the end of the course I have been left in a position where I can quite happily handle my own experiments and research in the field of psychology. It was made possible by the help of my supervisor. " - read more about Peirce Proctor, BSc Psychology - Alumni
Chi-Lun - English Literature
"What I appreciated about the lecturers was their willingness to let me follow my own academic pursuits. All you need to bring is the passion - the drive for enlightenment - and the lecturers will match yours with their own."
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."
Kyle - English Literature
"When I moved in I felt a sense of belonging in the tightly knit community. The staff at Keele always go the extra mile for students and offer immense academic and mental support"
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English Literature at Keele
Ellie, English Literature student explains why she loves her course