School of English
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School of English
Welcome to the School of English, where a long and distinguished history meets innovative teaching and research. We’re a diverse and supportive community characterised by our curiosity, creativity, and academic excellence. Together we explore a rich variety of subject areas, producing research of national and international significance.
As a student in our School, you’ll benefit from our wide-ranging expertise and pioneering research will be at the heart of your studies. With our extensive resources, specialist facilities, and supportive staff members you’ll have everything you need to become a confident and independent scholar.
We are also home to the University of Leeds Poetry Centre which combines research, teaching and public engagement to inspire excellence in the creative practice and study of poetry.
Studying with us
University for research power in the UK
Research Excellence Framework 2014
in the UK for English
The Complete University Guide 2021
in the world for English Language and Literature
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020
When it comes to research, our activities are enormously varied. Our staff and students have interests that span centuries, cross continents, and bridge disciplines.
Exploring our subject in this way means that we have a huge breadth and depth of expertise to offer our students, our local community, and the wider world beyond.
Creative Writing at Leeds
Discover our practical courses and supportive academic community for aspiring new authors. You’ll benefit from partnerships with lkley Literature Festival, Leeds Playhouse, Leeds Grand Theatre, University of Leeds Poetry Centre and the School of Night (led by national Poet Laureate Professor Simon Armitage). We also support a thriving range of events and workshops with visiting writers.
Saturday 17 April 2021, 16:00 - 17:00More on Dr Kimberly Campanello in Come, let the blazing truth blind