Dr Clare Hutton from the School of Social Sciences and Humanities discusses the women who supported James Joyce and the publication of his landmark novel, Ulysses, in a new BBC Arena documentary.
Clearing gives you another chance to secure a place on an undergraduate degree at Loughborough University starting in October 2022.
Last week, our 2022 English cohort graduated and enjoyed a brilliant day on campus celebrating with friends, family, and staff members from our School.
According to the most recent results from the National Student Survey (NSS), Loughborough University has been ranked top 5 in the UK for overall satisfaction in English studies.
Four statues of Aphra Behn, the first professional woman writer, are due to tour the UK as part of a competition to find a fitting monument of the 17th century author.
Research by Loughborough University will feature in this year’s British Academy Summer Showcase, an event designed to celebrate the work of Academy-funded researchers from around the world.