Students will normally be expected to have a 2:1 honours degree in any subject. All prospective students must submit a piece of writing for assessment to gain entry to the programme.
Months of entry
There are four core modules, worth 30 credits of:
- Creating Writing;
- Refining Writing;
- Researching Writing 1;
- Researching Writing 2 or Writing, Texts and Books.
Students take two modules per semester if full time, one per semester if part time.
Masters students who pass the taught part of the course with an average of B3 or higher, undertake a 60-credit dissertation. You develop the theme or idea for your dissertation over the year, with the help of tutors.
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
MLitt in Writing Practice and Study offers students the opportunity of translating creative interests into a fully accredited postgraduate programme of study with flexibility and individual needs built into its delivery.
Course contact details
- Prof Kirsty Gunn
- +44 (0)1382 386680