English and Creative Writing at NTU

Our exciting postgraduate courses are your gateway to a career in writing, research, and literary criticism.

If you’re a budding novelist, poet or screenwriter, we’ll show you what it takes to get published. 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.

Our seasoned community of writers, researchers and guest lecturers will guide and inspire you, consolidating your undergraduate skills and knowledge. With a fantastic network of industry links, our postgraduate 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.

Why you should study English and Creative Writing with us

  • You’ll have access to our network of literary partners and employers – from editing companies to publishing houses.
  • All our postgraduate courses are vocationally focused – with exciting work experience opportunities attached to each course, you’ll have the chance to put your literary theory and writing skills to the test in professional practice.

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