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The Department of English Students Association (DESA) is a young and active student organisation based at the Faculty of Arts. We organise both social and academic events, provide a platform for publishing students’ work and help in making the student’s voice heard. Events organised in the past include public lectures, play readings, poetry events, movie marathons, parties and book sales.

If you are reading for a Bachelor of Arts degree in English or are following a course within the Department, you are automatically considered to be a member of DESA. You can be a more active student by becoming involved in one of the DESA committees, or by acting as the Student Representative for your year. Benefits include feeling awesome, but also being kept up to date with what’s going on, being able to participate in exclusive events for DESA Executive members and receiving discounts at Microcopy on presentation of your membership card.

DESA’s publishing project places a particular emphasis on showcasing and nurturing the work of students and its members. TEXT is an online publication which presents the multiple styles of writing found in students’ works. Launched in August 2009, the journal now publishes a variety of literary and cultural criticism and theory, reviews and interviews, as well as short prose and poetry.

If you would like to be up to date with the latest news, we suggest that you visit our website and join our mailing list. You can also visit and Like our Facebook page at facebook.com/desauom.

For more information visit our website or email us.

Have a great year!

DESA

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Please find the sample template for the dissertation.

Please click here for the codes to be used as filenames for the ETD.

 

 
 
Last Updated: 5 December 2011

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