Professional Creative Writing

Creative professional writing

At Coventry University, the MA in Professional Creative Writing enables students to develop their writing skills and refine their writing abilities. Minor in professional and creative writing will help you develop skills in a variety of environments that allow complete exploration of genres. You want an adaptable, technically experienced and professional degree? The free information event is aimed at anyone interested in creative writing courses or wanting to learn more about our Professional Certificate in Creative Writing. COMUNICATION (professional/creative writing, editing, publishing, B.

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The emphasis is on modern and newly developed formats such as graphical novels, creative non-fiction, multi-modal writing, eco-writing, e-publishing and writing for on-linux. This course has an internationality orientation with text from all over the globe and we have on-line learning partner in foreign institutions: these provide the opportunity for on-line cooperation of students.

The course includes two thematic author retreats: these are one-week excursions that take place in the UK or abroad and are coincident with important writing time. Alternatively, a college graduate can choose to organize a do-it-yourself seminar based on his or her own needs as a novelist.

M. A. - Professional Creative Writing at Coventry University, Coventry, United Kingdom

At Coventry University, the course includes everything from writing novels to graphics and creative non-fiction, from dramatization to writing for TV, video and multi-media, from poesy to pyscho-geography and ecology, as well as a range of innovative, modern and newly developed writing styles. MA Professional Creative Writing has been designated to highlight the professional aspect of creative writing: it is aimed at improving employment opportunities and developing student to professional author.

Important compulsory courses in the main professional categories of writing in narratives and drama (including "writing for television") reflect the professional activity of authors and the employment prospects of authors; courses have professional course work in an industry-standard format; particular emphasis is placed on business and related possibilities (professional networking, rewards and contests, entry window, commission and grants).

The emphasis is on modern and newly developed formats such as graphical novels, creative non-fiction, multi-modal writing, eco-writing, e-publishing and writing for on-linux. It will provide a high degree of digital educational resource such as videos, Podcast, virtual workshop, on-line author groups, authorlogs and on-line peer-to-peer feedbacks for simple worldwide use.

It has an internationality focus with text from all over the globe and we have on-line learning partner in foreign institutions: these provide the opportunity for students to collaborate on-line. The course includes two thematic author retreats: these are one-week excursions that take place in the UK or abroad and are coincident with important writing time.

Crimes: a hibernation in the coastal city of Whitby, where Bram Stoker gave his baby Dracula; Romanticism: a vernal weekend in the Lake District, meeting place for the British Romantics; The Dracula: a vernal or sommer weekend in Spain,'lost' in the secluded Alpujarra hills; Crimes: a vernal or sommer-day in Sicily, home of the mafia; Mythos and the Muses: a sommer-day in Greece, home of literary in the West.

Alternatively, a college graduate can choose to organize a do-it-yourself seminar based on his or her own needs as a novelist. You' ll have access to professional authors and experts from the publishers and publishers sector and the possibility to get together and connect with working authors and writing organizations; you will be able to work on a variety of modern and new shapes and styles; you will go with a selection of evaluated works in an industry-standard form.

As a rule, Professional Creative Writing MA graduates should have a good qualification (1st grade, 2nd grade 1 or equivalent) in a related area. Undergraduates with a good track record in non-cognitive subjects are invited to submit applications based on a creative works portfoli. Applications with professional or sector specific experiences and/or other appropriate education and experiences may be accepted with other qualification.

Graduates and non-traditional entrants are welcome: candidates without official qualification but with work writing skills can be accepted on the base of an job interviews and the presentation of accompanying paper. Candidates who have extensive professional background but do not meet the requirements for admission may also be accepted, provided that their applications are examined.

Enrolment and application procedures are in line with the university's gender equality policies.

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