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Creative Writing BA(Hons): Course features

What this course offers you

  • We teach a range of modes and media, giving you the chance to study and write in a wide range of genres, including:
    • short stories;
    • the novel;
    • non-fiction of various kinds;
    • poetry and song lyrics; and
    • drama for radio, stage and screen.
  • The course has a practical emphasis, leading you through introductory studies and exercises in the craft of writing to increasingly sophisticated rhetorical, theoretical and practical approaches.  We encourage you to develop your own voice.
  • The course team for Creative Writing includes experienced and enthusiastic lecturers and published writers, with numerous creative credits.
  • Guest lectures from distinguished writers, editors and journalists add extra perspectives to the course. Read more in the Events and lectures section.
  • Kingston has a reputation for cultural activity and makes for a creative environment.  Plus you have easy access to London's West End and the South Bank for theatres, talks, readings and the Poetry Library.
  • Our student-edited and run literary magazine, Ripple, is published twice a year, giving students the chance to have their work published.
  • We offer our students career advice on how to approach agents and get published, plus on working in publishing/journalism.
  • Creative Writing fosters a range of skills desirable to employers including:
    • communication skills;
    • self-management;
    • careful editing and presentation; and
    • the ability to work constructively with others.
  • Apart from pursuing a career as a writer, Creative Writing students may go on to work in careers such as publishing, journalism, broadcast media, advertising or marketing.
  • Some graduates may go on to take the postgraduate masters course in creative writing that Kingston offers.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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As a student on this course you will be part of the Kingston Writing School, a vibrant community of outstanding writers, journalists and publishers.

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