Engage with the past and contemporary world in exciting and creative ways. Develop your extensive knowledge of literature and culture, and gain the advanced critical and communication skills valued by employers – all this in a supportive and stimulating learning environment. Within English studies you read great literature and study its wider context. If you have an interest in creative writing, English at Teesside University gives you the opportunity to develop your talent and apply your skills.
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We have a team of dedicated and enthusiastic teachers and researchers.
English research at Teesside University is rapidly gaining recognition for excellence in the field of modern and contemporary literature and culture, exploring topics ranging from the neo-Victorian novel to misfit moderns and from British theatre pioneers to music video.
Questions of identity are at the heart of research in English at Teesside, which contributes to vital cultural debates about gender, sexuality, ethnicity and religion in contemporary British society.
Researchers in English have played a leading role in the development of creative writing in schools, colleges and universities, providing innovative new perspectives on teaching this expanding new subject.
The University library has an impressive collection of relevant material which is continually renewed. You have access to the internet, CD-ROMs and electronic databases through the library's 400 workstations.
We offer full-time or part-time research degree opportunities at master of philosophy (MPhil) and doctor of philosophy (PhD) level in a range of areas.