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Canterbury Christ Church University College

While we are keen to help people develop their own creativity and distinctive ‘voice’, there is also a strong emphasis on commercial writing – for newspapers and magazines, and scripting for TV and radio, for example. And a key part of this programme is marketing – so students learn how to sell their own work and make themselves as employable as possible. Sessions are largely workshop-based, with presentations and discussions stemming directly from students’ own work. Read more...

Creative Writing is available in a module during the third year. Read more...

This undergraduate Visual Arts programme is project-based and highly practical. It is designed to recognise individual student achievements and career aspirations. Combing the Visual Arts programme with Creative Writing will appeal to students who have an interest in narrative and wish to work with both image and text by taking a combination of modules chosen from our Visual Arts and Creative Writing programmes offered at Folkestone. Read more...

This MA programme aims to nurture the talents of creative writers through a combination of workshops, seminars and tutorial supervision, and to encourage new writing within a supportive but critical community. It is underpinned by the principle that development in creative writing is achieved through practice coupled with theoretical consideration. Thus, students are given the time and support necessary to write, and also the opportunity to explore issues of craft through extensive reading, critical debate and writing exercises. Students will also be introduced to facets of the publishing industry and the workings of literary agencies. Guest speakers include novelists, literary agents and publishers. Read more...