English Department

 

Address

Englisches Seminar
Plattenstrasse 47
8032 Zürich
Tel. +41 44 63 43 551

Department Office
Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
08:15 - 12:15
13:45 - 17:00

Library Opening Hours

Term:
Monday - Friday 08:00 - 18:00
Term break:
Monday - Friday 08:00 - 17:00

English Department of the University of Zurich

Welcome to the English Department of the University of Zurich.

With more than 1,000 students, the English Department is one of the biggest in the Faculty of Arts. It offers courses in the fields of English Literature and English Linguistics. This site will provide you with information on the location of the department, the people who work there and the courses offered.

ES News

Information Erstsemestrigentag 2014

For students who weren't able to attend the Erstsemestrigentag 2014 (or who would simply like to download the presentation slides).

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Study on Decision-Making by Students

Students who are unsure about whether or not to continue their studies may want to participate in the study "Weiterstudieren?!? Ja oder Nein?"

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"Canton Mars": Reading and Discussion with Kim Stanley Robinson

Reading and discussion with the renowned science-fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 - 8.15 p.m. (at Seebad Utoquai, Zurich).

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Freshers' Test 2014

For students taking the "Language Skills & Culture: Introduction" module: mandatory Freshers' Test on Friday, September 19 (room: HAH-E-11; time: 12.15-13.45 p.m.).

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Bachelor Thesis: New Booking Form Available

The new booking form for the Bachelor Thesis is now available.

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New Study Guide

The new Study Guide for Bachelor and Master students of English is now available in the Downloads section (under "Studies").

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Fall Semester 2013: Important Information

This news item contains important information about the transition into the new Studienordnung, valid from the Herbstsemester 2013. We strongly recommend that all students read this so they are informed about the latest developments.

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ES Website Update: Studienordnung Reform HS 13

A new section has been added to the English Department website outlining the expected changes to the programme regulations that will come into force under the Bologna reform in the HS 13. Please note that all Bachelor and Master students of English Literature and Linguistics will be affected by this change, irrespective of when they first matriculated. Students are advised to read the relevant section of the website with care, since in certain cases, some of the implications of the HS 13 change may affect your course choices in the FS 13.

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