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Discover how to write for theatre, radio, film, television, and prose fiction, in collaboration with creatives and researchers who are actively engaged in the cultural industries.
This course allows you to engage with a wide variety of genres from both creative and critical perspectives. You’ll develop your imaginative writing skills and analyse the writing process, with opportunities to produce practical work in our state-of-the-art facilities.
Our diverse but close-knit community of professional writers, creative practitioners, and innovative researchers are dedicated to developing emerging talent. You’ll be encouraged to test the limits of style and genre, and to explore how your work connects with our increasingly complex world.
You’ll have opportunities to pursue areas of interest,
A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons). Applications from a wide range of subject areas are considered, including: Business, Fine Art, Theatre, Politics, Sociology, Heritage Studies, media, journalism. Any social sciences or humanities degree subject is suitable for entry providing there is evidence of a passion for, and commitment to the course. Relevant work experience might be in areas that include: advertising or marketing; architecture, crafts, design (product, graphic, fashion); film, TV, video, radio, photography; IT, software and computer services; publishing; museums, galleries, libraries; music, performing and visual arts.
Applicants without a degree may also be considered.