School of Liberal Arts

B.A. (Hons.) English

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B.A. English Honours is a Three Year Full-Time Program spread across six semesters. It is the study of literature, linguistics and philosophy of the English language. The students of B.A. English (Hons.) learn how the English language is used in a variety of global contexts and explore literature from different historical periods and in diverse cultural settings.

This program is designed to equip students with the skills and proficiency required to take up dynamic and vibrant roles such as Teacher, Policy Analyst, Writer, Editor, Publisher, Researcher, Communicator, Public Relations Officer, Speech Writer, Travel Writer, Blogger, Reviewer, Postsecondary English Teacher, Arts Administrator, Content Developer/ Manager etc.

Why Pursue a B.A. (Hons.) English from IMS Unison University?

  • Personal and Professional Development: The B.A. (Hons.) English degree is a vibrant and unique undergraduate program. It aims to provide a rich understanding of theory and practice in specific fields; a strong foundation that will enable students to translate their university experience to the world of work.
  • An Honours Degree: The B.A. (Hons.) English degree is an edge over the conventional B.A. English program in terms of the nature and depth of the curriculum and the opportunities after graduation. Special emphasis is laid on the development of critical thinking, analytical, written and oral presentation skills.
  • An Array of Career Options: English literature has a large scope of career options and not just in the teaching field. One can also venture into journalism, writing, editing, civil services, marketing, sales, advertising and social and welfare professions. Hence, it automatically becomes a boon for those who are yet indecisive about the career path they have to choose.
  • The students after completing B.A. (Hons.) English can look at a career in industries like Media and Journalism, Publishing, Teaching and Research, Advertising & Marketing, HR / Administration in public and private sectors, Hospitality, Technical Writing, and Content Development.
  • Online at the University website:
    After filling the "Enquiry Form" the candidate is required to fill the "Registration Form" and pay an registration fee of Rs. 1250/- online through Debit Card / Credit Card /Net Banking. On successful payment of registration fee, a receipt will be generated by the system. You will have to save this registration number for all your future reference. You are required to scan and email this receipt along with documents to along with the scanned copies of all the documents required.
  • The registration fee is non-refundable under any circumstance whatsoever. Registering to a Program does not guarantee admission.
  • After the successful registration to the Program chosen, our admission team will check the seat availability and your eligibility for the admission. If you meet the admission criteria, you will be contacted to proceed further as per the Admission procedure of the program.
  • You shall remain in constant touch with our Admission office to know about the status of your registration.
  • Admission Process:
    Aptitude Test and Personal Interview.
  • Interested candidates can register themselves at the University website or personally visit the University Admission Office to complete the registration process.
  • All eligible candidates will have to appear for a round of Personal Interview. Merit will be formed on the basis of marks obtained in class XII, and Personal Interview Scores.

Online application process


Fill and confirm the registration form


Pay registration fee using any online method


Get registration No. on successful payment

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Fee (2019-20)


1. 40% Seats of the intake in the program are reserved for UK Domicile candidates and will be allotted purely on first come first serve basis. The decision of the University in this respect is not open to question

B.A. (Hons.) English

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