On this day in the history of the United States, it seems to be becoming easier and easier to get a major in the United Kingdom.
In fact, it is becoming increasingly likely that we will see a surge in the number of students choosing English majors in the next few years.
A surge in demand and interest in English majors has led to an explosion in applications to the universities of London, Cambridge and Cambridge University, which have all launched their English departments this fall.
The rise in applications from English majors is due in part to the new English Department at Columbia University, announced in October, and its new president, Matthew Johnson.
As he wrote on the Columbia University website, the new department is “the first in the U.S. to be entirely English-speaking, in part because it offers more than 60 English-language majors, including those in fields that are traditionally English-only.”
The announcement of the department also comes after the U-T issued a study showing that about half of the students who apply to U.K. universities are applying because they want to be a foreign language major.
It’s also part of a wave of new English majors, and there is growing recognition that English majors are a valuable asset to students.
Some students, especially those from poor and minority backgrounds, are looking to majors that allow them to connect with people from different walks of life and cultures.
English majors have been embraced as an important part of the British education system.
“A lot of my peers think that if you’re not a major, you’re just not smart enough,” said D.C. native and English major student Emma S. “I think English majors can be a valuable part of your learning experience, and I think it’s great that they’re a part of our culture.”
While English majors may seem like an odd choice for a degree that focuses primarily on English as a second language, they are actually gaining in popularity.
There are now about 3,500 English majors at U.N. campuses and at private universities, according to the University of Maryland, which has the largest number of English majors.
In the U.-S., there are now more English majors than all other U. S. college majors combined.
And they are also gaining in stature.
The number of U. ks English majors rose to 3,838 in the past year, up from 3,400 in 2014, according the International Association of English Majors.
That is an increase of more than 70 per cent.
The U.k. has seen an explosion of interest in its English majors over the past two years, and the trend is expected to continue.
The United Kingdom, which is ranked third in the world for its percentage of foreign-born people in its population, is now home to the second-largest concentration of English-proficient students in the country, with roughly 10 per cent of students in English and engineering colleges.
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colleges have also grown, with about 4,400 English majors currently enrolled at universities in the University City region, which covers Birmingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool and York.
Students are also increasingly looking to English majors for the following reasons: English majors offer an avenue for students from different backgrounds and communities to interact and build relationships, they offer a strong English-to-English education, they make the U K. a more international city, and they help students build their English skills.
English major Emma S., 18, says she likes the fact that she can communicate in English with people in other languages and not necessarily the language that is spoken by their parents or grandparents.
“It’s important to communicate in a variety of ways, and for students to have an environment where they can speak English, to have friends that speak English and have conversations in English, and to have a strong foundation in English,” said Emma.
“English majors are more inclusive, and we have more diversity than any other degree.”
A major can be very valuable to a student’s future career, said Daniela Garcia, a senior program manager for the International Baccalaureate Consortium, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the growth of higher education in the Americas.
“Because they’re English majors they offer students a strong bridge to a career path beyond just high school, and students that do choose an English-based major have a great chance to get into the field of international relations or the business of international trade,” she said.
The international focus of a degree is important because it makes English more appealing to students from other countries, said Garcia.
“They have an opportunity to be international citizens, to learn about different cultures and languages, and it also makes it more affordable to international students,” she added.
Some of the international student recruitment efforts for English majors include a “foreign language awareness day,” which is part of this year’s International Day of Languages.
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