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We offer the following degree schemes in Creative Writing: Our graduates have gone on to be authors, poets, screen writers, journalists, new media and content writers.
We build practical skills into our modules so that students can approach their chosen profession with confidence.
Welcome to the Lancaster Writing Programme - one of the longest established and most prestigious writing programmes in the UK.
We have hugely successful campus and distance learning programmes at both MA and Ph D level.
Our programme offers you a rigorous and inspiring study of Literature while Creative Writing workshops, lectures and readings help you develop your own writing.
In addition to the core English Literature modules, your degree includes an Introduction to Creative Writing in the first year, an intermediary workshop in the second year, and an advanced workshop in the final year.
Creative Writing is a diverse and evolving subject, encompassing genres from poetry, fiction, and non-fiction to writing for radio, film, television and new media.
This combined major degree enables you to spend as much time on Creative Writing as you do on English Literature.