Creative Writing Part-Time Anglia Ruskin University

Join a course taken by many successful published authors and take your creative writing to a professional level.Our Masters course in Creative Writing at ARU, Anglia Ruskin University will give you the opportunity to improve your writing by practising and sharing it with a close group of fellow writers, including specialist lecturers who are published authors.You’ll study the most acclaimed writers of the past 200 years and discover the techniques they used to make their work stand out. We’ll give you opportunities to practise your technique in areas such as characterisation, structure and pacing, and experiment with different forms of writing.

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  • MSc
  • English
  • Part time

This Creative Writing Part-Time course at  ARU, Anglia Ruskin University is aimed at practising writers who have a commitment to developing their writing. We offer a relaxed and stimulating literary and intellectual environment in which you can develop a better understanding of your work through critical reflection. The focus is on your own work in progress and you are encouraged to specialise in your chosen genre. The course investigates the technical mastery of creative writing in the short story or novel, poetry or screenwriting. We encourage you to broaden your appreciation of a range of traditional and experimental literary forms.

Aims

This course will help prepare you to pursue a career as an author, or in related areas such as publishing and the media.

Postgraduate part-time

Cambridge

January, September

Course duration: up to 3 years part-time.

Core modules

  • Patterns of Story: Fiction and its Forms
  • Master's Project in Creative Writing

Optional modules (subject to availability)

  • Workshop: the Short Story
  • Shakespeare and Society
  • Twentieth and Twenty First Century Fiction and Social Change
  • Creativity and Content in Publishing
  • Workshop: the Novel
  • Special Topic in Creative Writing/English Literature
  • The Business of Publishing
  • Revolution and Reform in the Long Nineteenth Century

Assessment

Modules are subject to change and availability.

You will show your progress on the course through a mix of essays, your own writing samples, and critical reflections on your work.

The major project at the end of the course will allow you to submit up to 15,000 words of your own writing project, including a critical commentary.

Cost of the master: Not declared
  • Tutoring
  • Laboratories
  • Wifi access
  • Disability services
  • Canteen/Meal tickets
  • Housing capacity 1000
  • Sport activities
  • Cultural activities
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