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January 2018

English, Media & Culture at Worcester

This is official blog of the English, Media & Culture Subject Areas at the University of Worcester. The blog covers our degrees in English Literature, English Language,  Creative & Professional Writing, and Media & Culture. The University’s webpages for the four degree pathways may be found by following the links below. The blog is designed to offer up-to-date news from English at Worcester, from both staff and students.

BA English Literature (Single & Joint Honours)

BA English Language (Joint Honours)

BA Creative & Professional Writing (Joint Honours)

BA Media & Culture (Single & Joint Honours)

You may also be interested in the following videos:

BA English Literature: Why Worcester?

and

Studying English Literature at the University of Worcester.

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Applicant Days at the University of Worcester

We enjoyed welcoming successful applicants on Saturday 10 February 2018. They were able  to look round the campus, see our accommodation, meet current students and staff, and experience a taster session for the course they applied for.

If you’ve received an offer from us, there’s still time to book a place on our next Applicant Day Sunday 25 March 2018: contact our Admissions Team on 01905 855111 or email admissions@worc.ac.uk.

For general information about our Applicant Days, click here: Applicant Days in 2018

These were the taster sessions on 10 February

Creative & Professional Writing
 New Adventures in Writing   

English Language 
Exploring the relationship between media technologies and cultural/language change 

English Literature 
 What is Literature? 

Media & Culture
 Exploring the relationship between media
technologies and cultural/language change  

 

Does spelling matter?

Students in our English in the 21st Century module created a wall of ideas about spelling in the 21st century,  inspired by a chapter of Prof. Simon Horobin’s “Does Spelling Matter?” book. We posted a picture of this visualisation of our discussion on Twitter, and it was great when Prof. Horobin tweeted a reply! Click here for our Twitter conversation

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