There is a route forward if you have ever wanted to write but weren’t sure how. This is your chance to change or improve your writing style if you currently do so.
Graduates can develop their writing abilities while learning critical writing strategies through the Warnborough College Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma in Creative Writing programmes. Additionally, these requirements serve as graduation requirements for the Master of Arts (MA) in Creative Writing programme.
Go at your own pace as you complete the modules. You receive 8 ECTS credits for each module you successfully complete, which you can use to the Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, or Master of Arts degrees. This is a fantastic and adaptable approach for aspiring authors to learn the fundamentals of effective writing, practise their own writing, and receive assistance and useful criticism from mentors.
All modules are supported fully and can be completed remotely or online.There is no set beginning date, so you can study whenever and however you like.
Going right into the Master of Arts (MA) in Creative Writing can be of interest to you.
Creative writing requirements Postgraduate Diploma or Certificate
A legitimate undergraduate degree is required, ideally in English or English literature. Other than having a strong command of the English language, there are no prerequisites beyond what is required by Warnborough College Ireland. For us to take your writing into consideration, you must submit some samples.
Postgraduate students complete modules of intense reading and writing exercises to develop their skills.
- For the Certificate: Students will complete six modules–48 ECTS credits (24 credits as per the American system) to earn a Postgraduate Certificate.
- For the Diploma: Students will complete eight modules—64 ECTS credits (32 per the American system).
The following modules are compulsory:
- WR700 Mimesis of Texts I
- WR715 Outlines
Our creative writing programme director Sandi Hutcheson oversees both of these initiatives. She has written newspaper columns as well as served as a professor at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida, where she instructed students at almost all levels in writing and English. She is the author of both fiction and nonfiction works, and her writing has been published in the publications Creative Nonfiction, Southern Journal, and New Southern.