Closing date for applications Applications for this course can be received until midday (12 noon) on the 20 September 2019.
If you are offered a place on the course, we will ask you to complete your booking within a limited time and to pay the fees (£2,250) or if paying fees by instalments, the first instalment of fees to secure your place.
The course is supported by a web-based virtual learning environment (VLE) and course communications will be sent via email.
Your assignments will be submitted online, and feedback on assignments is sent to you online.
The course is taught through three termly units, each with its own topic. (10 Tuesday evening classes plus 2 Saturday day-schools on 9 November and 30 November 2019) Some of the most engaging examples of non-fiction borrow tools and techniques, such as description, drama and dialogue, from fiction.
Non Creative Writing Narrative Essay On Teamwork
In this unit we will explore the meaning of “creative non-fiction” and discuss the different forms of writing that might fall within this category.
If you would like an informal discussion on academic matters before making your application, please contact the Academic Director, Midge Gillies: [email protected] If you have any questions about the application process, contact our Admissions team: [email protected] 44 (0)1223 746262.
For all other enquiries, contact: [email protected] 44 (0)1223 746223 / 746212.
The computing facilities available at a public library or internet café may be sufficient and unlimited free computing and internet access will be available to you within the University Library throughout your course.
The course is taught and awarded at first-year undergraduate level (FHEQ 4) and offers 60 credits within the Higher Education Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS).