Nyu Creative WritingCreative Writing
Please note: Course titles may not exactly correspond to the name of the course of studies awarded. The GSAS Bulletin section entitled Degree and Certificate Programs as Registered by the New York State Education Department indicates the actual program name and degree awarded. Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. East German speaking countries on the closing date.
In the event that an enrolment period is a Saturday, Sunday or public holidays in the USA, the next working date is the closing date. Candidates at the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) must apply for full enrollment. Full applications include the on-line job applications, university certificates, TOEFL test results (if required), letter of reference, CV, statement of Academic Purpose and the registration fees.
For more information, see the Instructions section of the on-line job applications. The GRE and TOEFL or IELTS: The general GRE test is not necessary for any of the creative writing programmes. The TOEFL or IELTS is requested by all candidates who are not mother-tongue or have no Bachelor's or Master's degrees from an institute whose teaching languages are Anglo.
State of Academic Purpose: Please describe in a short description your previous and current work in relation to your desired subject, your education aims and your professional aims. Write example: Requires a creative writing pattern. Graduate School of Arts and Science reserve the right to modify this information at any given moment.
Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
M. F. A. in Creative Writing is intended to give the student the chance to focus more on their writing and to select from a larger choice the classes that best help them to evolve as a writer. There is no need for any knowledge of languages in the M.F.A.-Programme. The programme is ideal for those who wish to take up creative writing posts at higher education institutions and higher education institutions that often demand an M.F.A. from them.
Prerequisites for the Master of Fine Arts are the conclusion of 32 points (eight 4-point courses) and the following resultaion: The following are required: - The Master of Fine Arts: A four-semester workshop on creative writing (16 points). One to four handicraft classes (The Crafts of Poetry, CRWRI-GA 1950, or The Crafts of Fiction, CRWRI-GA 1960) given by members of the CWP School.
Handicraft classes can be taken again if they are held by different teachers (4 to 16 points). All other CWP training events selected with the approval of the School and the CWP' Dean. This is a creative poetic or literary extravaganza comprising an extensive text - an amendment, a compilation of shorts or a group of poetries - to be presented in the last year.
In order to be eligible, a candidate must have a GPA of at least 3.0, must have at least 24 points with a mark of B2 or higher and may not score more than 8 points with a mark of C (no more than 4 points with a mark of C in creative writing workshops).
Students may not take more than 36 points for the final examination. You can also earn your M.F.A. through the Low Residency M.F.A. Writers Workshop in Paris. According to this scheme, the demands on studies are the same, although the craft classes and workshop programs are conducted in the shape of customized programs with the department, which include four packages for the exchange of students' theses per term.
The M. F. A. graduates of the Low Residence Programme must also take part in five ten-day stays in Paris, including a range of lectures, specialist sessions, mentoring sessions and career forums.