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  Storytelling MRes


University of Chester    English

Full time & Part time See Course MRes 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
Languages, Literature & Culture (21)

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Unleash your storytelling potential with our captivating MRes in Storytelling at the University of Chester. Delve into the intricate world of stories, narratives, and storytelling in English through our cross-discipline critical and creative course. Engage with renowned practitioners from Storyhouse, Chester Literature Festival, and more, expanding your horizons in the art of storytelling. Our expert Department of English offers a diverse range of literary specialisms, nurturing your exploration of various narrative forms. With a focus on practical learning, you'll immerse yourself in topics like narrative studies, community storytelling, and innovative writing methods. Benefit from one-to-one supervision and a supportive environment to enhance your research and writing skills. This MRes programme culminates in a self-selected dissertation, allowing you to showcase your expertise. To embark on this enriching journey, a 2:1 honours degree in English Literature or Creative Writing is required. Elevate your storytelling prowess and pave the way for future academic pursuits with our MRes in Storytelling.

About the course

Our MRes in Storytelling is a cross-discipline combined critical/creative course that will give you a detailed understanding of the study of stories, storytelling and narrative in English.

Course overview

Our MRes will give you a detailed critical understanding of the study of stories, storytelling and narrative in English. The Department of English will facilitate the opportunity for you to work with an external practitioner, including Storyhouse, Chester Literature Festival, the Grosvenor Museum, Louder Than Words Festival and Gladstone's Library.

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Entry Requirements

A 2:1 honours degree in either English Literature and Creative Writing or Creative Writing is a requirement.


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