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This innovative new degree course is run jointly by the School of Creative Studies and Media and the School of English at Bangor. It is aimed at students who want to study writing, and uniquely allows you to approach this study through a variety of disciplinary pathways: instruction in using the techniques and forms of creative writing; study of the short story, the novel and poetry as literary forms; vocationally-oriented modules in journalism, screenwriting, scriptwriting, storytelling, genre writing, writing for performance and publication, and writing for online and other digital media. Read more...

This innovative and unique degree allows you to pursue an interest in a variety of related subject areas such as Professional Writing, Film Studies, Theatre and Performance Studies, Journalism, Media, and New Media Studies. This combination, a meeting of the critical and the creative, allows you to pursue interconnected themes and ideas within different creative and/or critical fields, or to follow through specific genre or creative practice interests, or to contrast and compare those areas across your degree programme. Creative Studies allows students to focus on the fields that interest them most. Read more...

You can study Creative Studies as a Joint Honours Degree with one of the following subjects : English Language, French (4 years), German (4 years), Italian (4 years), Linguistics, Music, Spanish (4 years). It is possible to study Creative Studies with Law, UCAS code W9M1 BA/CSWL. Please note that as Law is the minor element of this degree scheme, this course is not a Qualifying Law degree. This is an exciting course that enables students to focus on their key fields of interest within Creative Studies and combine these studies with Languages, Music, Linguistics, or Law. Read more...

The MA in Creative Writing in the School of English at Bangor offers a unique opportunity to pursue individual interests in writing while working as part of a supportive group of students in a lively creative environment. Read more...

The School of Creative Studies and Media welcomes applications from well-qualified graduates who wish to engage in research for the degree PhD/MPhil. PhD/MPhil study is available in subjects across the whole spectrum of the Creative Industries, with potential research or practice-led research specialisms in such areas as: Creative and Critical Writing, Film and/or Media Studies, New Media, Drama, Communications and related fields. Read more...

This exciting Creative Studies and English Language degree course is aimed at students who want to study Creative Studies (combining some study of: creative writing, film studies, theatre studies, media and journalism studies) with the study of English Language. The School of Creative Studies and Media at Bangor specialises in three key areas: Creative Writing, Professional Writing, Journalism; Media, Film and Cinema Studies, New Media; and The Entertainment Industries and Performance Arts. Read more...

The School of Creative Studies and Media at Bangor University has a strong reputation for its synthesis of critical/theoretical work and practice, and this degree lies at the heart of its activity. Students on this programme in 2012 take first semester modules in creativity and research and in media theory, before embarking on the production of a substantial practice-based dissertation under the supervision of a specialist member of staff. Read more...

This exciting Creative Writing and Media degree course is run by the School of Creative Studies and Media. It is aimed at students who want to study Creative Writing (for example fiction, poetry, scriptwriting) and combine this with the study of other forms of media (for example television and radio, film and video, software and computer games, design, professional writing, journalism and advertising). During the three years of this degree, you will have the opportunity to work with staff at Bangor who have a wide range of interests and expertise including poetry, the novel, the short story, documentary and filmmaking, digital communications, electronic publishing, computer games, scriptand screen-writing, and print and broadcast media. Read more...