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Do you want to further develop your English language skills or are you interested in all the different ways humans get messages across?

Are you a keen reader and want to explore how writers use language to express themselves?

Then study our top class English courses. You'll be at the centre of all the student activities in Hele Road and have access to your own learning centre.

Click here to download our guide which explains the differences between English Language, Literature and Creative Writing

Potential progression options for courses in this subject area include:

  • Further study at university
  • Careers in teaching, journalism, public relations and publishing
Did you know?

Creative writing students attended the CreatEd Awards at Falmouth University, with students Daniella Golden and Keturah Somerville winning second and third prize in the creative writing category.

What our students are saying

Exeter College has been fantastic for giving me confidence and furthering my English and journalism skills. It is a great place to study, the lecturers are fantastic. My English Language tutor group for the last two years has been my haven, my tutor has been one of the best teachers I have ever had and the group was a great way to meet new people and discover new friends!

Clementine, A Level English Language, Literature and BTEC Journalism

English Language is a good all-round course because it provides you with useful skills, for example, essay writing and a general knowledge about our own language.

Sarah, A Level English Language
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