i thought today I would do a Q&A with one of my housemates and fellow literature student to give you an insight into what the department and coursers Edge Hill offers!
Q: What has been the best part of your degree?
A: Getting the opportunity to study a subject I’ve always been interested in with like minded people.
Q: Why did you choose Edge Hill?
A: The course has a wide range of modules spanning from classical renaissance literature to more contemporary issues. Also, the fact that Edge Hill is a campus and everything is in one place makes it feel like a community!
Q: What was your favourite aspect of your course and why?
A: The lectures are delivered by tutors who are passionate about their subjects and therefore it makes it interesting to learn from them.
Q: How would you summarise your experience at Edge Hill?
A: I’ve had the best three years at Edge Hill, it’s such an inclusive university it’s nice to be around so many people who are friendly and happy to be there.
Q: Favourite module or anything you found particularly interesting?
A: Special Author in third year in which we studied the works of Rudyard Kipling who wrote the Jungle Book which was really fun.
Q: How have you found living in Ormskirk
A: Really good, Edge Hill provides a lot of support for finding off campus accommodation and in the transition from living on campus to in Ormskirk. The support means that you won’t come across any landlords that you feel that you can’t trust.
Q: Any advice for future students?
A: Take every opportunity that is given to you as you don’t want to look back on your time at uni and regret not pushing yourself to do new things.
I hope you all find this helpful!
See you next time,