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Welcome to English at Neuchâtel

The Institute of English Studies at the University of Neuchâtel is a vibrant community of researchers, teachers, and students devoted to the study of English linguistics and literature.

Our curriculum covers all aspects of English at the university level, including practical language, the most current approaches to linguistics, and the study of English-language literature from the middle ages to today. The institute's relatively small size and excellent student / teacher ratio sets us apart from larger, more anonymous departments, allowing for more personalized instruction in oral, writing and research skills, and fostering intellectual exchanges in a congenial environment. We offer BA and MA-level programs in English, and we participate in the Swiss CUSO doctoral school.

Neuchâtel "Janeites" visiting the Jane Austen Centre in Bath (Institute study trip 2012)

Courses are taught by scholars very active in their respective fields who value the contribution of research to teaching. George Steiner, Terry Eagleton, Robert Darnton and Derek Attridge are among the many guest lecturers invited in the last few years. The institute also organizes a biennial trip to England as well as a number of social events during the semester.

Convinced that our students' educational experience should extend beyond the classroom, we offer a number of opportunities for outside internships and student exchanges with universities in Great Britain, the United States, and Australia.

 

News & events

Prof. Margaret Tudeau-Clayton has been awarded a grant by the ‘Secteur Qualité’ in support of her project to combine a seminar on ‘Shakespeare and the purpose of playing’ with a theatre workshop to be led by Sandro de Feo, a former student who is now a professional actor. The seminar and workshop, which will take place in the autumn semester 2015, is open to all MA students.

 

"Where are they now?" Don't forget to regularly check our alumni news page, and to send us updates on your life after university.

 

Exams are over! We wish you an excellent summer!!

 

On Tuesday 12th May Dr. Alice Leonard defended her thesis entitled 'Error in Shakespeare: Shakespeare in Error'. She was awarded summa cum laude. The jury consisted of Prof. Derek Attridge (University of York, UK), Dr. Teresa Grant (University of Warwick, UK), Dr. Paul Prescott (University of Warwick, UK), and Prof. Margaret Tudeau-Clayton (University of Neuchâtel). [photo]

 

 

Continuing education

Alumni

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