A degree in English Literature and Language prepares you for a future in teaching, journalism, and other arts and humanities careers. A Literature degree will entail reading a diverse range of text, including prose, poetry, drama etc, and learning to analyze and critique it. A Language degree will focus on the nuances and workings of the English language in all its forms. An English degree will give equal focus to both aspects.
A Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English will take three or four years, while a Master of Arts (MA) will take a further one or two years. Advanced courses like M.Phil and Ph.D can also be undertaken in any area of specialization.
|1||University of Oxford||http://www.ox.ac.uk/||United Kingdom|
|2||University of Cambridge||https://www.cam.ac.uk/||United Kingdom|
|3||Harvard University||https://www.harvard.edu/||United States|
|4||University of California, Berkeley||https://www.berkeley.edu/||United States|
|5||Yale University||https://www.yale.edu/||United States|
|6||Standford University||https://www.stanford.edu/||United States|
|7||Princeton University||https://www.princeton.edu/||United States|
|8||University of California, Los Angeles||http://www.ucla.edu/||United States|
|9||Columbia University||https://www.columbia.edu/||United States|
|10||University of Chicago||https://www.uchicago.in/||United States|
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