Open Day at Francis Close Hall, Saturday 12 October

Our Open Day for English Literature and all Humanities subjects, including Creative Writing, English Language, History, Religion Philosophy and Ethics [RPE] and Theology and Religious Studies [TRS] takes place this coming Saturday. We are based at Francis Close Hall, the Gothic bit, very close to the town centre. Take a virtual tour of the campus.

As well meeting some of the English Literature staff team, you will be able to talk to people about  accommodation at the university, finance, and admissions. You’ll also have the chance to meet some of our current students, too; after all, they are best placed to talk about what it’s like to study with us.

Do please look at the range of modules we offer. Click on our ‘course maps’ for the BA Hons degree in English Literature and English Literature and Creative Writing, . You can also combine English Literature with History or English language. Click on the course  here for maps.

Do you ever wonder what kinds of things we study? The answer is that we’re interested in everything to do with the cultural and literary life. Please take a look at some of our blog posts.

Our friendly Student Ambassadors will be on hand to show you around and take you on a tour of the campus, Library, and halls of residence. They know everything one could possibly know about student life at the University of Gloucestershire (ask them).

Let’s hope the nice weather holds. Whatever the day brings, we look forward very much to meeting you on Saturday. Please join us.

One thought on “Open Day at Francis Close Hall, Saturday 12 October

  1. The Open Day went brilliantly. Hundreds of people visited the campus, and dozens were interested in knowing more about studying English Literature and related Humanities subjects with us. If you were one of them, do please let us have your thoughts by posting a comment.


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