Creative Writing Courses University Of Sydney
The honours degree provides a basis for further study at the postgraduate research level.
The Ph D in Creating Writing supports students to produce a full-length creative work in any genre (novel, collection of poetry, short fiction, nonfiction, biography, ficto-criticism, etc.) and an accompanying scholarly dissertation of at least 30,000 words.
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Students have the option of continuing their study into an Honours year where they work closely with a supervisor to produce a thesis comprising of two complementary parts: a creative work and a scholarly essay.Creative Writing at the School of the Arts & Media will empower you to produce innovative contributions to contemporary literature.You’ll explore fresh, experimental writing across genres in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction and ficto-criticism.Your study in Creative Writing will balance literary study and creative practice, with a grounding in the development of new literary techniques, forms and genres throughout history.You’ll be taught by award-winning writers with internationally-recognised expertise in teaching and creative writing.Learning to write creatively and effectively will allow you to apply these skills in various creative industries such as public relations, copywriting, social media and scriptwriting.You'll be taught by award-winning academics, scholars and writers in an innovative, creative and stimulating environment.UNSWriting cultivates ideas and good writing, giving you the chance to experience special events, workshops and public talks with professionals in the field.The UNSWeetened Literary Journal is an annual publication run by students at Arc.It provides a voice for students, showcasing the university's creative writing talent and features poetry and prose from both undergraduate and postgraduate students.The Undergraduate major includes core courses in creative writing with a range of prescribed electives in English literary studies, media and communications, film studies and theatre and performance.