English Language & Literature

Hostages, published by New Island Books.
June 19 2018
In 2016, at the age of 25, Irish writer Oisín Fagan had his first collection of stories, Hostages, published by New Island Books.  August 2018 will see the collection published and distributed throughout Britain and the Commonwealth by Head of Zeus. The collection has sold well, only being denied the number one bestseller position in Ireland by J.K. Rowling, and garnered critical acclaim,... Read more >
June 04 2018
UNYP is pleased to announce that the Czech Ministry of Education has formally granted permission to UNYP to continue to offer the programs of its long-standing American partner universities: American Bachelor programs approved In cooperation with State University of New York, Empire State College (USA) Bachelor’s degree programs in: Business Administration Communication &... Read more >
February 27 2018
As cultural interfaces, universities are hubs for business, academia and language, and as such are linguistic nurseries. Individual disciplines generate a huge range of dense jargon, neologisms and quirky language use. Out of this comes one of the perennial conundrums of the Composition teacher: whether, as gatekeepers, we should enforce grammar standards which are orthodox and perhaps... Read more >
November 22 2017
“Who’s that trip-trapping over my bridge?” roared the troll. “It is I! The Big Billy Goat Gruff!” In the children’s tale The Three Billy Goats Gruff, three brother goats must cross a bridge under which a terrifying troll lurks. Each goat in turn, from smallest to largest, crosses the bridge and is subsequently threatened by the troll, who vows to gobble him up. The first two goats plead for... Read more >
October 04 2017
Choosing a university program can be difficult enough. Choosing the language of study might not seem as important. However, studying in a foreign language can take you further than you realize. Here are our reasons why you should study in English. English is global Although Mandarin is a tough competitor, the English language’s reach goes far beyond its Chinese contender. The majority of... Read more >


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