Applicants must hold a Masters Degree in Creative Writing or a related discipline and have achieved at least a Merit/60/B at Postgraduate Level.
Applicants will also need to submit a sample of creative writing, either in Prose, Script or Poetry of at least 1,000 words (or 3 poems)
Months of entry
Students have the flexibility to pursue a project that they are passionate about, and to be supported by the expertise of the staff team. This allows for a range of diverse backgrounds in terms of learning experiences, ethnic diversity, disability, gender and age; projects will be developed and tailored to the individual’s learning needs.
All staff members are actively publishing their writing and have won several awards between them for creative outputs. The team have expertise in speculative fiction, historical fiction, scriptwriting, screenwriting, adaptation, poetry, experimental poetry, hybrid forms, horror fiction, literary fiction, creative non-fiction (including memoir and true-crime), and are able to support writing in a number of genres.
The staff team of award-winning writers have an exciting and diverse approach to creative writing and are able to supervise a huge range of proposed projects.
In addition, the Creative Writing team at York St John has a strong focus on the relationship between critical theory and creative writing and the intersection of a number of theoretical perspectives with creative practice, including eco-criticism, psychoanalysis, biopolitics and regionality. Members of the team have undertaken interdisciplinary and collaborative research exploring music, memory, medicine, uncanny landscapes and pollination.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions Team