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  English and Writing for Creative Industries MA

Coventry University    College of the Arts and Society

Full time & Part time See Course MA 1 year full-time / 2 years part-time / 16-24 months (with professional experience)
Creative Arts & Design (9) Languages, Literature & Culture (21)

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Unleash your storytelling potential with the English and Writing for Creative Industries MA programme. Dive into a world where creativity meets critical thinking, shaping you into a sought-after professional in various industries. This programme delves into new media and technologies, exploring genres like video games, comics, and streaming while honing your creative writing skills for publishing, film, and television. Embrace a global perspective with a focus on critical theories and texts from diverse regions. Collaborate with prestigious organisations like The RSA and the Confucius Institute, enhancing your cultural understanding and industry connections. Develop your craft through coursework in industry-standard formats and writers' groups, fostering essential collaborative skills. With an optional professional experience opportunity, extend your mastery and employability in your chosen field. Join us if you hold a social science or humanities-related undergraduate degree and let us guide you towards becoming a versatile and impactful writer in the creative industries.

About the course

If you have a passion for storytelling, the English and Writing for Creative Industries MA aims to take your skills and turn you into an ‘industry-ready’ professional.

The English and Writing for Creative Industries MA has new media and technologies at its heart, considering them from a critical perspective while also encouraging creativity in new and emerging media and forms such as video games, comics, manga and streaming. The professional development module, 'Creative Futures and Social Change' focuses directly on your employability and impact in a range of industries and creative sectors.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants should normally hold an undergraduate degree, in a social science or humanities-related subject, or equivalent international grade/qualification, from a recognised university.

We recognise a breadth of qualifications; speak to one of our advisers today to find out how we can help you.


2024/25 tuition fees.

UK Full-time - £11,200
International Full-time - £18,600

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