Wales has a rich lyric tradition and Swansea is the birthplace of Dylan Thomas. So come to Swansea University to explore English Literature and Welsh.
The course ranges from the poetry of protest, story-tellers, Welsh playwriting and the legal status of the Welsh language to national and global literatures, Renaissance literature, Gothic and genre fiction, 19th century literature, contemporary fiction, gender and culture as well as creative and professional writing.
You will also study the Welsh language past and present, working in two languages, translation and multiculturalism. You have the chance to explore centuries of Welsh literature, from the 14th century poet Dafydd a Gwilym to the contemporary verse of Mererid Hopwood.
You can also get involved with projects with the Dylan Thomas Centre and the National Theatre Wales.