• At SLU-Madrid, we teach a truly trans-global English degree, with experts on Modern American, Celtic, Victorian and Early Modern English Literatures among our faculty. All Anglo literatures are treated equally; we don't just explore the British and American canon. The English Department offers courses on British and American literature and the growing body of transnational literature from Africa, India, and the Caribbean. Field trips bring literature alive. The Shakespeare course travels to Stratford-upon-Avon to see Shakespeare’s plays in his home town. Madrid’s museums and theaters enable study of literature in the context of other art forms. Students can also explore their own creativity in creative writing classes and pursue independent research in the Senior Seminar. The English faculty, trained at highly distinguished research institutions, are active scholars who are passionate about teaching. 

    The English Department’s curriculum, ranging from the classics to the dynamic innovations of world literature in English, is designed to develop students’ lifelong appreciation of the value and pleasure of literature. If interpreting literature enriches self-expression and empathy, knowledge of literary traditions and forms provides the understanding of historical and cultural difference essential to cosmopolitan humanism.

    The English degree requires at least one semester of study on the campus in St. Louis, Missouri, in the US.

  • Our admission criteria are flexible in order to accommodate students coming from different educational systems. 

    Students who have completed their secondary education in the Spanish system must present their marks from the 3rd and 4th year of ESO as well as 1st and 2nd years of Bachillerato, and they must pass Selectividad. Additionally, we require an official academic English exam (TOEFL or IELTS). 

    If you have questions about the requirements for any specific educational system, please contact the Office of Admissions at: admissions-madrid@slu.edu.
  • English courses offered at SLU-Madrid:

    The Process of Composition

    Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research

    Advanced Writing for Professionals

    Advanced Writing in History

    Advanced Writing in Marketing

    Introduction to Literary Study

    Introduction to Poetry

    Conflict, Social Justice and Literature

    Introduction to the Novel

    Faith, Doubt and Literature

    Introduction to Drama

    Nature, Ecology and Literature

    Gender, Identity and Literature

    Technology, Media and Literature

    Nation Identity and Literature

    Spanish - English Translation

    Creative Writing

    Fantasy and Literature

    Film and Literature

    Literature of the Postcolonial World

    British Literary Traditions to 1800

    British Literary Traditions after 1800

    World Literary Traditions I

    Literature of the African Diaspora

    Modern Literature: Drama

    Selected Major British Authors

    Scottish Literature: Rediscovering the Voices

    War in Literature (Poetry of Two World Wars)

    19th Century British Lit

    Ethnic American Literature

    Women in Literature

    The City in American Literature and Culture

    Medicine and Literature: The Body in Literature

    Topics in Rhetorical Analysis

    European Drama

    Monsters of Europe

    History of Rhetoric I

    Advanced Creative Writing: Drama

    Advanced Creative Writing

    Introduction to Linguistics

    Literary Theory

    Love and Desire in the Middle Ages

    Early Shakespeare

    Shakespeare: Special Topics - Later Shakespeare

    Shakespeare: Special Topics - Shakespeare & Madness

    Falling in Love in the Renaissance

    Rakes, Rogues & Rascals: The Picaresque Tradition in English Literature

    The Victorian Age

    Victorian Fiction

    Major Victorian Authors/Movements

    Topics in Nineteenth-Century Literature: Nineteenth-Century Writers and Travel

    Contemporary Irish Literature

    Major Post-Colonial Writers

     20th/21st Cent British, Irish, & Postcolonial Lit & Culture - European Modernism

    American Postmodernisms

    Twentieth-Century American Literature

    Twentieth-Century American Poetry

    Americans in Paris

    Trends in Contemporary American Novel

    Women's Poetry

    The City in American Literature and Culture

     Don Juan in Literature

    The Literature of the Spanish Civil War

    Masterpieces of Western Literature

    Arts and Sciences Core, which includes courses in the following areas:

    Foundations of Discourse

    Cultural Diversity and the European Union

    Modern & Classical Language 

    Fine & Performing Arts




    World History



    Social Science
  • Salidas

    A degree in English is excellent preparation for a variety of professions. It develops the strong analytic, research, and writing skills crucial to success in most professional fields (e.g., law, medicine, journalism), as well as precise, sensitive communication an asset in almost any career.

    A major or minor in English can demonstrate cultural and linguistic proficiency for non-native speakers seeking work in English-speaking environments.
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