University of East Anglia

      MA Creative Writing Poetry

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      University of East Anglia
      En Norwich (England)

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      Tipología Master
      Lugar Norwich (England)
      Inicio Septiembre 2019
      • Master
      • Norwich (England)
      • Inicio:
        Septiembre 2019

      The MA in Poetry is for anyone who has been writing poetry for long enough to know that it is a vital part of his or her life, and who now wants to develop further, through expert guidance and in a committed group of like-minded peers.

      A key part of UEA’s world-renowned Creative Writing provision, the MA is taught by widely published and award-winning poets such as Tiffany Atkinson, Sophie Robinson and Denise Riley, and is closely linked with the innovative UEA Poetics Project.

      At its core is the weekly workshop, a supportive but rigorous environment in which to test and refine your poetic technique. There’s also a module on Describing Poetry and a diverse range of relevant options. You will have regular individual tutorials and receive detailed written feedback on your work, meet distinguished poets, editors and publishers, and develop a body of work close in length to a first collection.

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      Lo mejor: UEA has a great curriculum with many class professors. Many departments are the best in the country, particularly Creative Writing and American Studies. Amazing facilities as well, very social and exciting place to study. The best!
      A mejorar: No complaints.
      Curso realizado: Junio 2017
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      Lo mejor: The courses are truly interesting, teachers actually want to know everything about you! go out, join a society, go to social, use all that UEA has to offer (library, carrer center etc) UEA and Norwich is great both from an academinc and life style point of view
      A mejorar: All OK.
      Curso realizado: Octubre 2017
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      Creative Writing
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      The core element of the course is the weekly three-hour workshop in a group of around 12 students. The workshop structure varies but generally consists of close critical discussion of the work of three students plus a session on some aspect of poetry. Work is circulated a week in advance and annotated in detail before being returned to its author. The tutor may also circulate texts for discussion.

      In addition to the weekly workshop, the MA includes a course on describing poetry as well as a number of optional modules ranging from publishing to translation. You will receive regular individual tutorials and extensive written feedback on your coursework.

      There is no workshop in the summer semester (May to June), during which time you have one-to-one sessions with your dissertation tutor. In July and August you work independently, although you may, with your peers, continue the workshop in some form. Over this period you will write your dissertation, which is a body of poetry and a critical commentary on it.

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      Tuition fees for the academic year 2018/19 are:
      UK/EU Students: £7,550
      International Students: £15,800
      If you choose to study part-time, the fee per annum will be half the annual fee for that year, or a pro-rata fee for the module credit you are taking (only available for UK/EU students).
      We estimate living expenses at £1,015 per month.
      There are a variety of scholarships and studentships available to postgraduate applicants in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. For further information relevant to the School of Literature and Creative Writing, please click here.