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Creative Writing and Publishing MA: After you graduate

Where this course will take you

Graduates from this course will develop a range of skills desirable to employers, such as communication skills, self-management, meticulousness in editing and presentation, the ability to reflect on one's own work and to respond to constructive criticism, the ability to write for particular purposes and the ability to work constructively with others.

In addition to a possible career as a translator and a writer, particular careers may include work in publishing, journalism, advertising and marketing, film, television, radio, arts management, new media, business, teaching and therapeutic fields.

Creative writing alumni

Former Kingston Creative Writing student Ayisha Malik, whose novel Sofia Khan Is Not Obliged was published in 2016 and is described in the same breath as Bridget Jones. Read more about Ayisha's novel in the book review in The National.

Ayisha is also credited as the ghostwriter of the new novel by Bake Off winner Nadia Hussain, The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters. This piece in the Guardian discusses the sometimes controversial role of the ghostwriter.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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020 3308 9930*

*Calls cost 7p per minute from a UK landline plus your phone company's access charge. Calls to this number from mobiles are normally deductible from your inclusive minutes.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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