English, Linguistics and Creative Writing at NTU
Words are worlds, and they demand exploration. Studying English, linguistics or creative writing requires a deep passion for language, an intellectual curiosity, and the ability to explain yourself with imagination and intelligence.
Our seasoned community of writers, poets, authors, researchers, linguists and guest lecturers will guide and inspire you, consolidating your skills and knowledge. With a fantastic network of industry links, and opportunities to work on company projects, volunteering and work placements our courses will help you to explore and hone your craft, in line with your personal interests and professional ambitions. Whether that’s creative writing, the media, publishing, PR, journalism, teaching, literary criticism, or PhD research.
When you’re ready to evolve your skills from being a budding novelist, poet or screenwriter, we’ll show you what it takes to get published. We’ll challenge your creative and critical practice and help you to shape it. If you want to nurture your literary research interests, our community of expert academics and peers will help you to test, shape and grow your work.
It’s your journey, and the emphasis is on your choices – we’re committed to helping you tailor your studies to your own personal interests and professional ambitions. The learning heritage here is incredible – so join in, put your own stamp on it, and let your professional prospects take you into areas you might never have considered!
It’s not too late to apply. Undergraduate course places are still available for September 2021. See courses below for availability.