When I search for "English" in the Programs section, the results include a lot of programs that do not have the word "English" in the program name. Is the search working?

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If you search for "English" and the program name does not include the word "English", the search is correct – you can still study English through this program. Check the program’s details for more information.

Many universities give their programs very general names, such as "Arts", "Humanities" or "Science". However, you can usually study a wide variety of specific subjects, such as English, through these programs.

For example, a university might have a degree called "Arts", through which you could study a number of subjects, including English, Drama, Economics, History, French, Sociology, Philosophy and more. To view all subjects of major interest available through a given program, you must go to that program’s "Overview" tab in the "Program Summary" section. In order to study 1 of the specific subjects listed, you must apply to the general degree program.