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** BEING UPDATED FOR 17/18** MA in Writing: 2018-19 provisional module selection for full-time students

This form is for FULL-TIME MA in Writing students ONLY.

Please indicate your preferred and reserve module choices for Autumn and Spring terms.

Your choices must total 180 CATS (Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme) points. All classes are capped at 12/15 students. There is also a minimum limit so we cannot guarantee your first choice.

Students applying for the Long Project should nevertheless make a full range of choices, in case they are directed to the ‘taught’ route.

All MAW students are required to take the Research in Writing module in the first term of their course. This module has been pre-selected.


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If you are applying to do the Long Project tick the appropriate box below and upload a 500-word description of what you have in mind.

This year students can pursue Long Projects in fiction (for both adults and children) as well as non-fiction and poetry. This applies both to full-time students and to part-time students hoping to do a Long Project in their second year.
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MA Modules 2018-2019

MA Timetable 2018-2019 TBC