UK applicants should normally have a 2.1 or above, though applicants with non-standard qualifications are also invited to apply.
Read the work of our fantastic Creative Writing MSc students who, each year, are invited to contribute to either Creative Writing Online (for online students) or From Arthur’s Seat (for campus-based students).
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Continue The MLitt in Creative Writing is a taught programme designed to offer you a constructive, highly supportive learning environment in which to develop your writing and creative potential.
You will be introduced to the processes and challenges involved in producing creative work of publishable quality, whether in poetry or prose, fiction or creative non-fiction.
University Of Glasgow Creative Writing
You will be taught by a team of widely published creative writers including award-winning poets and fiction writers David Wheatley, Helen Lynch and Wayne Price.Applicants for the MLitt in Creative Writing are required to submit a writing sample with their application.This should be between 3 and 6 poems, or a prose sample of at least 2000 words.You can find out more about entrance requirements, start dates, fees and scholarship opportunities for this programme on the University of Edinburgh’s Degree Finder.Degree Finder links straight through to EUCLID, the online system for applying to postgraduate programmes at the University of Edinburgh. Go to the Degree Finder page on the MSc in Creative Writing If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jane Mc Kie (Programme Director).The MLitt Creative Writing is a taught programme designed to offer you a constructive learning environment in which to develop your writing and general creativity.You will be introduced to the process and challenges involved in publishing creative work, whether it is poetry or prose.View detailed information about this course This course offers students the opportunity to develop their understanding of, and practical skills in, the writing of prose fiction.This skills-based course is structured around six wide-ranging and overlapping discussion areas: character; setting and the senses; point of view (voice, perspective and degrees of knowing); showing/telling; plot and structure; fact and fiction (life-writing, memory, and the use of scientific/medical/psychological detail).View detailed information about this course Art and culture are integral to our daily lives, and the ways in which these are experienced are continually changing.Whether it is in a street performance, a public gallery, an academic festival, a webcast, a documentary or in social media, the relationship between the creative artist and those who consume it, is complex and can itself be a creative process.