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    Posted by Jack Mason , HE Adviser
    March 21, 2017

    World Poetry Day

    Today (March 21st) is World Poetry Day, a time to support poets and poetry around the world. With this in mind, students and staff from the Department of English at the University of Chester have been furiously submitting poems to the Department’s online magazine Pandora’s Inbox, which features some of the best creative writing from the year including new poetry from students Cal Buckley, George Hill, Jonathan Hay, Sarah Kissack, Daisy Lovett, Paige Mcdermott, Reece Merrifield, Lydia Pugh, Courtney Thomas and many others.

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  • English department students in the library
    Posted by Vicky Griffiths , HE Adviser
    February 1, 2017

    Why Study English Language at Chester?

    As one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world with hundreds of millions of speakers, it’s no surprise that the English Language programme at the University of Chester is an extremely popular degree option. Take a look at this blog to find out what you can expect from the course. 

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  • A picture of students on Exton park site
    Posted by Vicky Griffiths , HE Adviser
    March 14, 2016

    Explore the power of language with English Language at Chester

    The English language is one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world with hundreds of millions of speakers; as such, it’s no surprise that the English Language programme at the University of Chester is an extremely popular degree option. Take a look at this blog to find out what you can expect from this course. 

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  • Posted by Vicky Griffiths , HE Adviser
    March 4, 2016

    What to expect from Creative Writing at Chester

    One of the great things about studying Creative Writing at Chester is that you’ll have plenty of opportunity to get creative both inside and outside of the lecture room. Whether you are being inspired by experts in the field, or putting pen to paper and producing your own work, this dynamic and creative course will give you every opportunity to master the skills you need to make your mark in the creative sphere.  

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  • Posted by Vicky Griffiths , HE Adviser
    February 23, 2016

    Top reasons to study English Literature at Chester

    One of the great things about studying a degree in English Literature is that it’s available at many universities across the country, giving you plenty of options when deciding where to go. But with so much choice you may be finding it difficult to decide which university is right for you. Each English Literature course is different, so why should Chester be your university of choice?  

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