100% student satisfaction in the National Student Survey in 2017. Students of English at the University of Suffolk develop academic, creative and professional writing skills in a unique and stimulating environment. Our undergraduates gain valuable work experience through professional practice modules and benefit from established course partnerships with the region's arts organisations, publishers, theatre companies and community groups. These partnerships offer exclusive writing competitions such as the Student New Angle Prize and enable students to gain professional recognition from some of the county's most prestigious employers. Study guidance and support are available from highly qualified lecturers, internationally best-selling authors and acclaimed visiting practitioners. English degree programme combines innovative modules in digital textuality, autobiography and contemporary writing with traditional studies of canonical writers such as Shakespeare, Virginia Woolf and T. S. Eliot. Students have the opportunity to analyse a range of dramatic and literary texts, from classical Greek plays by Sophocles to seventeenth-century poems by Margaret Cavendish and the contemporary novels of Jeanette Winterson.