- Bespoke activities available upon request
- Hosted by University of KentDelivered at: Canterbury campus, Medway campus, Can be delivered in your school/college
The Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Kent is looking to create partnerships with local schools that open up new ways for pupils to think about their future education and job prospects.
Comparative Literature is an exciting field that brings together the study of literature, film, history, politics and philosophy. Please see below an indicative list of possible sessions that can be adapted to the needs and time-schedule of the school:
- General skills workshop: 'How to compare and contrast'
- General skills workshop: 'How to structure an essay'
- Content specific sessions, e.g. working with texts that feature in the A-Level or GCSE syllabi
- Content specific sessions, e.g. working with texts and topics as university taster sessions
- Mentorship for the EPQ
- 'Studying at university' sessions
If you are interested in any of the sessions above, please contact Dr Jo Pettitt (firstname.lastname@example.org).