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Study Abroad at SCSU: Your Guide to Boston

Boston is around two hours away from New Haven by train (as always, book in advance to get the cheapest tickets). So what are you waiting for? Getting around Boston can be done by subway (known as the T), buses, taxis and ferries. The T and buses work much like...

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Study Abroad at LJMU: University Study in the UK

Now compared to your fiendishly complicated system in the USA (that’s how it seems to an outsider anyway!), the UK system is relatively straight forward for British students. In the UK, most students buy an (expensive!) ticket for the subject (or combined subjects) of their choice, get on and travel straight to their destination/graduation over three...

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Study Abroad at LJMU: Welcome to Liverpool!

Want to know how to spend your free time in Liverpool whilst studying at LJMU? Ask a local. Isobel Currie lets you in on her favourite places to visit… Liverpool is a vibrant city with so much to do and see. The city revolves around its nightlife, so there are options...

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Study Abroad at LJMU: The British Classroom

LJMU English intern Isobel Currie tells you what to expect in classes at LJMU.  The average university day at LJMU differs massively from that at Southern. If you’re studying on the English programme, for example, each of your modules will usually be timetabled for three hours per week. Usually, you’ll start with a...

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Study Abroad at LJMU: Trips from Liverpool

Now, our country is nowhere near the size of yours. This may have its downfalls, but it does mean that you can experience lots of different cities while you’re studying at LJMU. From Liverpool you could easily visit Manchester and London on a day trip, and Edinburgh for a weekend; all...

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LJMU English PhD Joseph Thorne on his role in ‘Liverpool’s Wild(e) Poet’ Exhibition

Here LJMU English PhD Joseph Thorne talks about his involvement with Liverpool Central Library’s current exhibition:  When I first applied to LJMU (back in the distant past of 2014), I was promised involvement with an exhibition on the late-Victorian Liverpool poet, Richard Le Gallienne. I’d come across Le Gallienne in...

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Professor Glenda Norquay On Dangerous Women

While on a recent research fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, LJMU English Professor Glenda Norquay took part in the Dangerous Women Project. This initiative explores what it means to be ‘a dangerous women’. Each day, over the course of a year, a...

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Liverpool Travel Seminar, Saturday 24th September 2016

The tenth annual Liverpool Travel Seminar will be held at Blackburne House, Liverpool, on Saturday 24 September 2016. The Liverpool Travel Seminar is a collaborative and interdisciplinary research forum launched jointly by Liverpool Hope University, the University of Liverpool, and Liverpool John Moores University in 2007. This year’s event is...

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Clearing: Come and study English with us!

If you think LJMU’s English course might be for you, we still have a limited number of places available. Remember, though, that the Clearing process is very competitive. Here’s our advice for securing a place on our course for September 2016: Make sure you’ve checked all the information on our...

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Welcome Freshers 2016!

Welcome to LJMU English! This tab along with the T.E.A tab are your first stops for all the information you’ll need for your first few weeks. Beyond Freshers, us lot over at T.E.A (check out our actual faces under ‘Student Interns’ down the side there —–>) will be providing you with lots of...