Taught by published, working writers (including acclaimed poets, novelists, journalists and screenwriters), this course introduces writing practice to you in four main forms.
This course is for you if you’re interested in children’s literature, crime fiction, Shakespeare, literature and film, stand-up comedy or Victorian novels.
This Children's Literature masters/ postgraduate (MA/PGDip) course studies children's books and their influence on culture.
Children's Literature (Distance Learning)
This course allows you to study children’s literature in a flexible, part-time format. This MA is taught through a mixture of independent study, tutor feedback, and peer support.
This rich and varied course is designed for early-career writers seeking to develop the necessary skills and knowledge to enhance their creative practice.
Creative Writing (specialist pathway)
Roehampton's Creative Writing programme is designed for ambitious, committed creative writers who are developing their independent writing practice.
A postgraduate Publishing degree at Roehampton provides industry-relevant training, designed to develop your skills and knowledge for a career in the publishing industry