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As a postgraduate programme, it is structured around the lyric arts studio and the literature studio and provides two types of courses: scriptwriting studios and work-shops. The best-known of our classes are the Graded Poetic Training Course (CW:7875) and the Graded Fantasy Training Course (CW:7870), in which groups of 10 to 15 participants criticize each other.
This course is only open to those M. F. A. programme or student research project admins. There are currently five chapters in literature and four chapters in poetics, each of which is led by one of the members of the university. For each of the four terms of the stay, the student must attend a Graduate Fantasy or Poetic Workshop.
As part of the programme, the aim of the workshops is to give students a thorough understanding of the working method and the associated technicalities. CW: 7810 (Form of Fiction), CW: 7820 (Form of Poetry) and CW: 7830 and CW: 7840 (Modern Literature and Poetry) are 3 semesters per year.
This seminar focuses on a particular facet of contemporary poetics or destiny, perhaps the work of a particular author or a work with a shared subject or use. This translation workshop (TRNS:7460) is provided in collaboration with the Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Guest authors are likely to take part in the International Writing Program in the autumn semester.
Recently we have translated from French, English, French, Spanish, Netherlands, Germans, Italian, Poles, Chinese, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Tagalog, Ethiopian, Pashto, Swahili, Urdu and Swahili. For more information on the translation workshop, please contact the Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Writing workshop enrolled in other faculties can be credited towards the M.F.A. qualification.
A lot of workshop participants also work in the inter-disciplinary Center for the Book. In the autumn term, the International Writing Program organizes one-week workshops and podium debates on the literature world in other world. Among the participants in the discussion are guest authors of the International Writing Programme and patrons of the Writing Workshop.
There are dramaturgy classes offered by the Theatre Arts Group. The admittance to the Playwrights Workshop (THTR:7300) is highly competitive, i. e. it is on the basis of the submission of a manuscript for permission. As a rule, the Cinema and Comparative Literature Division provides screenplay classes.