Others opt to follow Brunel’s career-focused MA in Creative Writing.
The writing courses provide students with the opportunity to study from beginner to advanced levels and gain an understanding of writing styles and techniques.
Evening courses are taught in a relaxed but stimulating environment.
You will be taught every genre of creative writing by some of the most talented and original writers working today.
Between them, they’ve published over 100 books,produced countless scripts for TV, radio and film, and won umpteen awards.
You can study for one term only or across three terms.
Further progression can be attained through the well-established Novel Studio 12-month programme.Your writing talent can also be showcased at a variety of performances hosted by Brunel including poetry, plays, comedy and film screenings, literary debates,and the popular Brunel Writers’ Series.In the first year you will start building a portfolio of your creative writing.Students on our writing short courses have gone on to be signed with literary agents and have their books published.Our Creative Writing BA course has been designed to encourage high levels of creativity,initiative and originality in the design,production, interpretation and analysis of creative writing.You will also share ideas and give constructive feedback to others on their creative writing work.In your first year you’ll gain a solid grounding in fiction,drama and poetry writing, and you’ll study world literature.Whether you’re interested in writing children’s books, novels, short stories, newspaper articles or blogs, or just thinking of taking that first step towards creative writing, our range of practical, innovative writing courses are all taught by professional authors and editors uniquely placed to help you explore your writing within a supportive learning environment.City short courses offer creative writing programmes that cater for both novice and seasoned writers, whether you are interested in writing children's books, novels, short stories, newspaper articles , websites or blogs.You can choose a variety of subjects in your second year such as journalism and screenwriting.In your final year, the creative industries module helps you consider your career options and shape your future.