School of Humanities, Languages, & Social Sciences
The School offers a range of taught courses and engages in cutting-edge research across the disciplines of English, modern languages, politics and contemporary history, and sociology and criminology. The School prides itself on its multi-disciplinary approach to teaching, meaning that students benefit from the opportunity to tailor their learning to their interests and career aspirations.
Professional experience opportunities across the globe
All our students benefit from a unique blend of academic and professional work experience opportunities that are designed to produce highly employable graduates.
Links with institutions around the world mean that our students can take part in international exchange programmes and work placements in countries including France, Germany, Spain, China, Egypt, Sweden, Finland, Cyprus, Canada, Australia and USA.
The School also has strong local ties and students across our subject areas have the opportunity to work with our partner organisations and make a real contribution to their chosen vocation before graduation.
Our curriculum is supported by state-of-the-art facilities, including our Language Resource Centre, conference interpreting suite and video and audio facilities.
Write by the Quays
English students had their work showcased in front of creative gurus including Kate Rowland, Creative Director of New Writing at the BBC and Tamara Harvey, Associate Director at the Bush Theatre, London.
- Monday 15th April 2013
- Tuesday 2nd April 2013