Alex Wright, an MA TESOL student studying on our Distance Learning Programme, has achieve a Special Commendation by the British Council for his dissertation.
MA TESOL student Dimitrios Tsampallas provides five reasons why studying for a Masters in English Language and Linguistics could be your perfect next step.
The College of Arts and Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2022 QS World Rankings.
Gareth Carrol presents a collection of "modern idioms", which have become a part of our vocabulary in the past 50 years or so.
Vernacular English is seen as a tool for those in charge to reach the people, not as a medium for the fundamental processes of political decision-making itself.
English Language and Linguistics PhD student Ashley Blake has written about the importance of International Developmental Language Disorder Awareness Day and her research study for adults with learning difficulties.
Professor Jeanette Littlemore discusses how Jonathan Van Tam and others use metaphors when talking about the Covid-19 Pandemic, and why it works.
The 'missing link' that helped our ancestors to begin communicating with each other through language may have been iconic sounds, giving rise to the unique human power to coin new words describing the world around us
A new module in the Department of English Language and Linguistics gives all of our undergraduate students the opportunity to work on a project set by an employer.
Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of English Language and Linguistics, Jeanette Littlemore, has been conferred the award of Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Professor Dagmar Divjak comments on the British Academy joint statement warning that the pandemic should serve as a wakeup call on the decline of language learning across the English speaking world
In this post, Mary Hind-Portley comments on Dickens's Christmas Carol with a focus on its religious elements.