Open Day on Saturday 9 November at Francis Close Hall
4th November 2013
Please join us for our second Autumn Open Day on Saturday 9 November. The October Open Day went fabulously well, particularly since the sun came out in time for lunch. We are hoping to be as lucky again with the weather. Francis Close Hall is the Gothic bit of the University, a five-minute walk from the town centre. Take a virtual tour of Francis Close Hall here.
You can find out about English Literature, English Literature and Creative Writing, and our other Humanities courses, including English Language and Linguistics; History; Religion, Philosophy and Ethics [RPE] and Theology and Religious Studies [TRS].
You’ll meet some of the staff team, and people from Finance and Accommodation are on hand to answer your questions. Best of all, you’ll meet current students who can talk with you about what it’s like to study with us. Our friendly Student Ambassadors (trying not to freeze in blue sweatshirts) will take you on a campus tour and are also happy to chat about life and work at the University of Gloucestershire.
Please take a look at our course maps for English Literature and English Literature and Creative Writing to see the modules we offer (clicking on the module titles will bring up full descriptors and links to reading lists). And finally, this blog features posts on student activities, our research, the Cheltenham Literature Festival, and anything else of a literary nature that captures our imaginations as lifelong readers and writers. Please scroll through.
We hope to see you next Saturday.