University of Stirling English Studies

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University of Stirling English Studies

The English Handbook is a guide to all matters to do with studying English at Stirling.

Modules

Autumn

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
ENGU901 ENGU903 ENGU9HA ENGU9DP
LINU911 LINU9L3 ENGU9HB ENGU9C2
ENGU9HC ENGU9G2
ENGU9HD ENGU9L2
ENGU9HE ENGU9N2
ENGU9HL
ENGU9HM

Spring

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
ENGU902 ENGU9WH ENGU9C1 ENGU9Z8
LINU912 ENGU9WI ENGU9G1 ENGU9A8
ENGU9WL ENGU9L1
ENGU9N1
ENGU9S1
ENGU9T1

Undergraduate Advising

Choosing Modules

You should check the University Calendar for details of how your degree is structured and the choices you can make within that structure; follow the links on this page to find more information about all the English modules available. The University will provide you with a list of compulsory modules for your programme; you choose your modules through the on-line registration system on the Portal.

If you have any further questions about module choices, then these can be raised with the adviser of studies Dr Stephen Penn.

Learning Support

Student Learning Services provides helpful advice about how to develop your study skills and improve your academic performance: workshops are advertised through Succeed.

Other Guidance

The University has many specialist support services on many different issues from counselling to financial guidance. Your first port of call for these issues is likely to be Student Support Services, or one of the Advisers above, who will be able to liaise with other University departments on your behalf in case of illness or personal difficulty.

Remember that you can also access Student Support Services direct if you need help or advice on any of the following matters:

For help with Study Skills, contact Student Learning Services (SLS) who run online workshops via Succeed. They also run workshops and seminars throughout the year so keep an eye on noticeboards and the portal for details of those.