You will share work in progress with your group and take part in writing prompts and exercises intended to inspire you.
Please note, modules may change to reflect the latest academic thinking and expertise of our staff. Sessions are taught in small groups typically 10 - 12 and are facilitated by an expert member of the writing team.
You'll engage with a range of learning resources such as lectures, podcasts, readings, videos, interactive quizzes and talks.
The optional residential weekends at York are free of charge to attend but you should expect to pay for food, accommodation and travel, which will vary in price depending on your location and the standard of accommodation you choose to book. Apply scholarly and creative techniques to their own critical and creative writings.
Articulate an understanding of critical traditions in shaping literary history and the linguistic, literary, cultural and socio-historical contexts in which literature is written and read.
You will be introduced to a range of inspiring contemporary texts in a variety of forms and genres, from poetry to fiction and scripts. Assessment and feedback You'll be assessed through a balance of creative portfolios at the conclusion of every module, alongside critical essays, reflective journals and literary reviews.
In exceptional cases where an applicant has a relevant professional background but does not meet the degree requirements, we may consider the APEL route if the sample of writing is also very strong. As a graduate, you will have a newfound confidence in your personal writing as well as an established variety of transferable skills and a rich literary knowledge of a variety of genres and written forms.
Creative Writing MA Unleash your creative potential and indulge in your passion for writing. A portfolio sample of Creative Writing prose, poetry, script or a combination of 1, words. Fees and funding To study for a Postgraduate degree with us, you will need to pay tuition fees for your course.