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About Us

If you’re unsure about your future career path as an English student, you’ve come to the right place. We recognise that the shift from the student world to the working world can be daunting.  University coursework is demanding enough without having to think about the bigger picture. We here at After English are dedicated to equipping you as best we can with the specific support you’ll need.

 

About us - people

  • Claire Hynes

    Consulting editor

    Profile: Claire Hynes teaches literature, creative writing and employability modules at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the department of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing. Claire previously worked as a journalist and as a BBC TV producer. She’s also won awards for her fiction.
  • Adrienne Jolly

    Careers Advisor

    Profile: Adrienne's work at the University of East Anglia (UEA) focuses on providing students and graduates in Arts and Humanities with career guidance, career management skills training and and alumni events relevant to their career aspirations. She works closely with academic staff to develop innovative and effective ways to work with students within the curriculum.
  • Charlotte Wharf

    Student Editor

    Profile: Charlotte is an English and Drama graduate from the University of East Anglia. She has previously undertaken work experience at the Eastern Daily Press, Norwich's regional newspaper, and has interned at TARGETjobs, a graduate careers site. After leaving University, you can find Charlotte working in the City.
  • Abi Collings

    Intern

    Profile: Abi is an English Literature graduate from UEA who is passionate about pursuing a professional career in writing and communications. She is particularly keen to develop her skills in content-production, editorial process, project management and marketing.

Contact

Please do email us if you would like to contribute a blog to After English. Whether you are an English student, academic, careers advisor or graduate, please do get in touch and we will send you the publishing guidelines.

Email: after.english@uea.ac.uk

Telephone: 01603 592779

After English
University of East Anglia
Norwich Research Park
NR4 7TJ

 

Credits

After English was first created by the Higher Education Academy English Subject Centre in 2011. It is now hosted by the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing in partnership with the Careers Service at the University of East Anglia.

Our thanks to the original authors of this website, and Jane Gawthorpe, who commissioned the site on behalf of the Higher Education Academy English Subject Centre in 2010.

This website is designed by Made Agency with content from UEA Careers Service and incorporating original content by Peter Forbes and Bianca Kubler of Employability Works, and extracts from the Higher Education Academy Psychology Network 'Psychology student employability guide'.