Escritura de Ma creativa

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Descripción del curso

El Máster en escritura creativa le ofrece la oportunidad de estudiar la ficción y poesía (exclusivamente o juntos) junto con nuevos módulos opcionales en traducción y escritura y el medio ambiente. Diseñado con escritores serios y ambiciosos en mente, nuestro programa utiliza seminarios, tutoriales, talleres y una edición precisa para que pueda tomar el control de su propio trabajo y escribir material contemporáneo, emocionante.

Te enseñan exclusivamente por miembros de nuestro equipo permanente de escritura creativa, todos los cuales están practicando, escritores premiados: Patricia Debney, David Flusfeder, David Herd, Jan Montefiore, Amy Sackville, Simon Smith y Scarlett Thomas.

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(Student Profile)

Denica Shute

I chose Kent primarily because its module structure is extremely flexible, allowing me to write only prose and continue writing my novels throughout most modules. The same goes for poetry writers and for those who wish to write in both areas. Now that I'm further into the course I realise I'm very lucky to have been taught by some award winning novelists, and those who aren't award winning come with years of experience of writing and the industry. My favourite part of the course so far is the The Magazine module: you work in a team to produce a literary and creative writing magazine. The module is invaluable in that it shows just how a creative course like this can be applied in the work place and how much dedication and hard work it requires.

(Student Profile)

Kylie Grant

Why did you choose Kent?
A lot of why I chose Kent lies in the course it offered. However, I would be lying if the descriptions of the campus, the charms of the quaint city of Canterbury and the proximity to London didn’t also tempt me!

What attracted you to the course?
I had been an undergraduate at Kent and knew that the course would be flexible, varied and interesting. One of the main attractions was the quality of the teaching staff; I knew that they would provide thought-provoking reading lists and invaluable guidance.

What was your degree course like?
The nature of postgraduate study means there is a lot of independent study, so you really do get out of it what you put in to it. It is a lot more flexible, so you are able to really explore a subject or an area that interests you. Postgraduate study is also more focused and driven towards research methods. I found that I was pushed further, and learned a lot from the experience. The lecturers were supportive and eager to discuss and explore your ideas. If you are interested in a particular area then you are given the freedom and resources to explore it, which I found invaluable.

What activities did you get involved with during your time at Kent?
I was involved in Creative Writing Tuesdays: these were evenings that hosted a variety of writers, editors and teachers, which were put together by the wonderful Patricia Debney in the School of English. I thoroughly enjoyed supporting this event, from helping out in its promotion to the logistics and handing out the wine – obviously very important when dealing with writers! It helped me to become involved in a creative community and discuss ideas with like-minded people. I also got involved with organising the postgraduate School of English conference, which involved creating a theme and organising speakers. The experience gained from being involved in a high-profile event is invaluable.


School of English MA scholarships - 12 Awards

Several School and University Scholarships are available for 2017 entry

All students wishing to be considered for School of English scholarships must have applied to their MA programme of choice by Friday 24th March 2017. Interviews for the scholarships will take place in early April 2017. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview shortly after the scholarship deadline.
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Value of Scholarship(s)



A first or second class honours degree in a relevant subject (or equivalent). In certain circumstances, the School will consider candidates who have not followed a conventional education path.These cases are assessed individually by the Director of Graduate Studies. The purpose of the scholarships is to award candidates with the strongest academic records.

Application Procedure

All students who make an application to study on one of our MA programmes will automatically be considered for a scholarship (no separate application is required).

Further Information

Los requisitos de ingreso

Una primera o segunda clase honra grado en un relevante sujeto (o equivalente) o escritura creativa considerable experiencia. Cada solicitante está obligado a enviar una muestra de su escritura creativa, y esto será el factor más significativo en las decisiones de admisión.


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