These and other questions are encountered in the unique one-year programme which focuses on all aspects of writing, editing and publishing. You will improve your skills in writing and editing English texts. These skills include audience-centred writing and correcting written English. The programme is meant for graduates with a near-native command of the English language.
As a student of this programme, you will become aware of the different conventions, genres, and styles and how they appeal to various audiences. Also, you will learn to work authoritatively in the fields of writing, publishing and editing.
You will complete the programme with a placement period and a Master's thesis.
The one-year Master's programme in Writing, Editing and Mediating is a specialization within the Master's degree in Literary Studies.
Why in Groningen?
Writing, Editing and Mediating is a unique programme preparing you for a career in editing, writing, and publishing.Characteristics of the programme are - Skills training in audience-centred writing - Preparing texts from writer to reader - Correcting written English
After graduation, you are well prepared for a career in text writing, editing and publishing.
The WEM programme is an ideal stepping stone towards a careers in - Text writing - Editing - Publishing - Translation - Journalism
Research in the Department covers all areas of English literature and linguistics. Our particular strengths lie in modernism, premodern culture, and language development, and we publish widely on such topics as critical theory, visual culture, travel literature, women's writing, medieval learning, or language acquisition and loss. Our staff members run or participate in a number of international research projects, including the Language Attrition project and the Hakluyt Editorial Project.