Our degrees help you establish your own identity as a writer and critical thinker.
Worcester is a beautiful, safe, university city within easy reach of Birmingham. It's a great place to pursue your passion and achieve your potential.
Choose the perfect undergraduate English, Media and Culture course for you.
You will investigate the many different factors that determine how English is spoken and written, while developing your own creative practice as a writer.
Explore the power of language has to influence how people view their world, from community formation to personal identity and business relations.
Explore our English Literature Degree. This English degree is diverse and stimulating. By studying English Literature you will encounter a range of writing, from the Early Modern period to the present day.
Investigate the very latest industry advances and question their function and impact.
Read the stories of some of our recent students
Leah Pellington has graduated with First Class Honours in her English Literature and Media and Culture studies degree.
Luke Oakes graduated with a First Class BA (Hons) in English Literature. He has now pursued a career as a lecturer in Further Education.
Award-winning student, Charlotte Taylor, is graduating with a BA (Hons) in English Literature.
Prize-winning student, Amy Hill, is graduating with a BA (Hons) in English Literature.
Read some recent blog posts by Worcester academics
Dr Lucy Arnold explores the connection between Worcester Cathedral and the novels of Hilary Mantel. As the publication of Hilary Mantel's 'The Mirror and The Light' approached in March Last Year.
Our Creative Writing Department let you know which 5 poets you should be listening to.
Dr Whitney Standlee, a Senior Lecturer on our undergraduate English Literature BA (Hons) investigates the Irish women's writing literary movement.
What is a Poetry Slam? How is spoken word poetry becoming mainstream? Dr Jack McGowan who is Course Leader for Creative Writing BA (Hons), explores the art of spoken word.
Professor Jean Webb, Director of the International Forum for Research in Children's Literature, interrogates how Young Adult Science Fiction explores the possible futures of our planet.
Visiting us is the best way to get a feel for student life at the University of Worcester. Explore the campus, meet our lecturers and talk to current students.
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