Where is the best places to go to get a Masters in writing in the UK?


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Izzy SouthernGirl Profile

I would look it up online to see if they have anything your asking for.

Emily Rivers Profile
Emily Rivers answered

I may be biased because I'm a student there, but the University of East Anglia is - I think - the top university for MA Creative Writing. Many famous authors studied it at UEA, including Kazuo Ishiguro and Ian McEwan. The course has also been taught by many authors, such as Angela Carter, Rose Tremain and Malcom Bradbury.

UEA offers a range of Postgraduate Taught degrees, including separate programmes in poetry and prose. You can find out more here: https://www.uea.ac.uk/literature/creative-writing

Good luck and tell me how it goes!

Yo Kass Profile
Yo Kass answered

I'd second Emily's answer... The University of East Anglia is great for creative writing. I would also recommend checking out Goldsmiths,

I studied creative writing and linguistics at the Uni of Westminster. We were lucky to have some great tutors, but personally I wouldn't say the campus was a hub of creativity in the way that some other campuses seem to be.

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