The Department of English is a dynamic place to study Literature, Applied Linguistics, ELT, Cultural Studies, Critical and Literary theories and much more. With an aim to provide students with rich intellectuals and creative opportunities, it specializes in producing versatile students with the strong interpretive and communication skills needed for the competitive world.
The Department of English, Canadian University of Bangladesh (CUB), aspires to be a center of academic excellence, professional expertise, and contextual research in English Studies both nationally and globally. Our Mission is educating citizen leaders through our commitment to the transformative power of liberal arts education. Beginning in the classroom with exposure to new ideas, new ways of understanding, and new ways of knowing, we commit to enable students embark on a journey of intellectual transformation. We aspire to do the following:
To foster knowledge and a love of literature and of language among students with a coherent curricular framework and well-structured course choices through teaching a variety of literary, pedagogical, theoretical and analytical skills. The English Department at the Canadian University of Bangladesh helps students build knowledge of the content and methods of literary studies, TESOL, English education, and academic, professional, and creative writing. It also provides General Education courses in Communication (CW, CA), Humanities and Fine Arts (HF), Diversity (D), and Ethical Citizenship.
To be recognized as the standard for liberal arts and sciences education along with providing students with proper employability skills. We are committed to creating and sustaining the conditions that enable the students to experience an unparalleled educational journey that is intellectually, socially, and personally transformative.
Head & Chief Investigator: Fiza Jefreen, Assistant Professor, Department of English
Head & Chief Investigator: Anika Subah Ahmad, Lecturer, Department of English
Head & Chief Investigator: Abdullah Mahmud Alauddin, Lecturer, Department of English
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Students' Participation Through Events
A fantastic and joyful Orientation Program was organized for the freshers of Summer-22 and Fall-22 on 22nd November 2022 by the Department of English, Canadian University of Bangladesh (CUB) with a view to welcome the new students to the lovely and welcoming family of CUB.
The program was enlightened by the presence of respected Treasurer & Dean, School of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. Furthermore, Director of Student Affairs, Marketing, Branding & Student Recruitment, Deputy Director of Student Affairs, Registrar, also faculty members encouraged the students with their valuable advice.
The event began with a recitation from the holy Quran followed by a short cultural program organized by the students to culture a bond with the freshers. At the end the event turned out to be a gala day by the spontaneous participation of the chief guest, faculty members and exuberant students of Department of English.
The English club celebrated Women’s Day 2020 on March 8, 2020 in the auditorium of the university, by showcasing the struggles of women in the patriarchal society through cultural events. Many students participated in singing, dancing, recitation and other cultural activities in the program. Some students considered playing part of female role models.
The hard hit of pandemic is still giving us hard time but to exhort the students and revive the memories and having essences of normal day a refreshing virtual breakfast session was held with the students and faculties of English Department. Every teacher and student had breakfast by turning on their camera on zoom.
A Webinar Series has been launched by CUB English Club with a view to enlightening the young students regarding the wide range of career opportunities associated with English Department.
Like the helm title, this club envisages and envisions the blossom of our deep delved artisanship. This club will serve its intellectual and aesthetic hospitality to the pupils.
“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” Quoted by An Irish Playwright Oscar Wilde. We only exist in this tumultuous megalopolis of ginormous modernity. The Latin calque carpe diem has a ubiquitous offering, that is live the day, cease the day, be your own. This club will revamp and revivificate the hibernating self of us that has long been lost under the boulder of contemporaneity and quotidian life.
We are blessed with language and a rational mind. The concordance of both has distinguished us from the rest of the creations and posited us on the zenith of the crowd. Having blessed with this mastery and craftsmanship only human can narrate story, compose lyric, write ageless novel, imagine the unimagined, conquer the unconquered.
The club and its activity will work like a catalyst to distill the best out of the learners to demystify the ancient hermeneutic scroll of our unsung heart.