At Middlesex we take a practical and contemporary approach to Novel Writing that ensures you are able to hone your writing skills and develop your book while also identifying gaps in the market and how to approach agents and publishers. Drawing on the expertise of a wide range of published novelists with extensive teaching experience, you will not only develop your work to a publishable standard but acquire valuable communication skills which will benefit a variety of professions.
Delivered online through our Virtual Learning Environment, our unique course encourages you to interact, question, share and participate with others on your course, ensuring you never feel as if you are studying in isolation. Whether you're working full time, unable to attend our London campus regularly, or based overseas this challenging and exciting MA will enable you to embark on your novel in your own time with expert guidance, world-class resources and valuable industry links to help you get published.
- Teaching staff who are all published novelists with industry experience, led by Dr David Rain - author of nine novels (eight published as Tom Arden), and Josie Barnard - BBC radio journalist, author of two novels and long-standing Creative Writing tutor at the Faber Academy, Goldsmiths and Middlesex University - International industry links including involvement with the North London Literary Festival, providing valuable writing insights and publishing advice from some of the UK's leading writers and literary figures - State-of-the-art distance learning tools and 24-hour web support through our innovative online platform, Mylearning, to ensure that you always have the help you need wherever you are - Online support for each module with detailed guidance and instructions around required tasks, online discussion boards for posting queries, group discussion opportunities and audio lectures and slides so you never have to miss a workshop.
MA Novel Writing
page on the Middlesex University website for more details!
To be accepted to study on the MA Novel Writing, we are particularly looking for writing promise, ambition and dedication. We normally require a good honours degree, or equivalent qualification, in an appropriate subject, e.g. Creative Writing or English. However, we also welcome applications from candidates with good honours degrees in other subjects (a novelist has to have something to write about!) or individuals with a minimum of three years' work experience.
UK/EU student £4,200 FEES INTERNATIONAL £4,200
Recipient: Middlesex University
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