Shaping your future career as an English Literature student at York

Hi everyone, I’m Anna, a 3rd-year student at the University of York studying English and Related Literature. I’m here to tell you a bit about why I chose to study at the University of York and how you can get the best out of your university experience as an English Literature student. One of the main reasons I chose to study English at York was the flexibility of the course and the diverse module catalogue. In my blog post, you can read about how you can use this flexibility to shape your future career and explore more practice-based aspects of studying English Literature. While you might feel that it’s a bit early for you to start thinking about career options, it’s always good to know what options are there and how the English department can help support you.

Things to Look Forward to: English and Related Literature at York

Hi there! My name is Sophie and I’m an undergraduate student studying English and Related Literature at York. I hope you liked my postcard welcoming you to the Department! Here are just a few of the things to look forward to when studying at York… World- class teaching and facilities Choosing to study English and … Continue reading Things to Look Forward to: English and Related Literature at York

Hot off the press: our Print Society

At the University of York Students’ Union (YUSU) societies meeting I found myself sitting next to a lovely member of HackSoc, the university’s Computer Science society. He asked what society I am involved in and when I brightly replied, “Print Soc,” he immediately looked confused.  “So that’s printers?” “Printing presses. Think the big old machines … Continue reading Hot off the press: our Print Society