Hi everybody, we’re Eden Palmer and Rachel Inkster, and this summer we’ve been completing an internship within the Northumbria English Department! Our roles were to interview English Language graduates and alumni from around the country to find out more about where their English degree has taken them. From solicitors to publishers, we’ve interacted with a wide range of people, so we’d love to share our journey with you!Continue reading “Employability Resource Development”
Abby Smith and Georgia Dalton, two final year English Literature students, worked with Adam Hansen on editing his forthcoming book, Marlowe’s Elegies.Continue reading “Editing Marlowe’s Elegies: Our Internship Experience”
Alice is a third year English Language Studies student at Northumbria. Here, she discusses her placement year, why she took it, her daily roles, and the skills she’s developed. Alice expresses her gratitude for the opportunity, claiming that it has strengthened her employability and driven her future ambitions. Alice also wholeheartedly encourages other students to consider a placement during their university journey.Continue reading “A Year in Industry: Marketing Placement | Alice’s Experience”
We’ve had another change to the programme for our Toon Taaks conference on the 27th of July. The updated announcement (updated on the 21st of July) is below.Continue reading “Postgraduate Linguistics Conference Update”
Note: This post was updated on the 21st of July as we had a change to the programme.
We’re looking forward to co-hosting Toon Taaks on the 27th of July. It’s a free online linguistics conference organised by students and staff at Northumbria and Newcastle universities which is aimed at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate linguistics students.Continue reading “Toon Taaks”