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Creative Writing (online): Innovative Practice (MFA)


University of Roehampton Department of Humanities

Full time & Part time September Other 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time

About the course

Roehampton's MFA Creative Writing will support you in your ability to develop your writing, leading to the successful production of professional-standard, publishable work. This two year course is taught through online classrooms, allowing you to pursue your degree from anywhere around the world, and collaborate with peers globally.

You will participate in live, virtual classrooms via a specialised platform allowing you to think, communicate, and create in a truly contemporary, global forum. You will take a range of modules in your first year, from exploring how writers are blurring boundaries between original and curated work and how it is possible to present work for social media as well as for traditional publication/production, to the role played by archives in textual culture,

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Entry Requirements

We will endeavour in as many cases as possible to have an informal conversation as part of the application process.
As part of the application process for the MFA Creative Writing Online, applicants are required to submit a portfolio of writing, consisting of approximately 2000 words of prose, hybrid text, or 15 pages of poetry.


Fees

£6,657 (2020; full-time UK/EU)
£370 per ten credits (2020; part-time UK/EU)

£14,151 (2020; full-time International)
£787 per ten credits (2020; part-time International)

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