Additional Costs Study costs There may be extra costs on top of the tuition fee, such as a laptop, travel to tutorials, set books and internet access. The module will encourage students to develop their own creative practice in the context of contemporary literary as well as popular fiction.
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There are no strict deadlines you'll have up to a year and most of our courses require 80 hours of study- that's around 1 hour and a half a week.
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You discuss the relation between knowledge and ethics — the idea that your place in the world affects how you experience it and how you respond to it — while at the same time developing confidence in your academic skills.
Linking the study of literary culture with your personal development as a learner and career development as a professional, you gain the skills required for future success. Detective fiction became extremely popular and many now lesser known detectives caught the public imagination.
You explore the dynamic relationship between texts and their historical and cultural contexts and important critical issues and terms. You address these questions to support your career plans.
Bursaries are available for students working on our literary magazine Ripple and our Kingston Publishing blog.
This module adopts an interdisciplinary approach to the texts, reading them in the context of events that have placed British Muslims in the spotlight and in relation to media coverage of these events.
The course has introduced me to works I would have otherwise not known and opened my mind to new areas in literature. Cancellations are subject to the policies detailed in our refund and cancellation policy. This module is the culmination of the project you began in the Live Brief module.
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The creative writing element of this course is workshop-led and, in the second semester, you will be given the opportunity to specialise in the genre of your choice, be it poetry, drama or children's fiction. From their research, there are three main factors cause the inequality, which are degree of education, experience of MOOCs and gender.
Completion rates[ edit ] Despite their potential to support learning and education, MOOCs have a major concern related to attrition rates and course drop out. You focus on the diversity of contemporary feminist theory — from Marxist and psychoanalytic feminist theories to African American and queer feminist theories.At The Open University, we're pioneers of flexible learning that's respected by employers and affordable for you.
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Student. This programme builds on a rich literary tradition at Cambridge and is designed for those wishing to develop their existing writing skills, either for professional use, or out of personal interest.
The course runs over 45 weeks, and is delivered across three study blocks: Study Blocks 1 & 2. You'll start by developing your core writing skills across a range of formats, then choose two specialist options from a selection that includes Fiction, Non-fiction, Scriptwriting, and Business & Editorial Writing – building a portfolio that showcases.
The Open University (OU) is the largest academic institution in the UK and a world leader in flexible distance learning, with a mission to be open to people, places, methods and ideas. Join this course. Choose Kingston's Creative Writing and Publishing MA.
With very few budding writers making a living from writing alone, this course offers creative writers the chance to learn not only the craft of writing, but also current trends in publishing from world-renowned professionals.
This programme builds on a rich literary tradition at Cambridge and is designed for those wishing to develop their existing writing skills, either for professional use, or out of personal interest.Download