This taught Masters programme offers students the opportunity to engage with aspects of the writing process relevant to their chosen field of interest - fiction or poetry.
This one-year, full-time taught MSc offers students the opportunity to focus in depth on their own practice - of poetry or fiction - and develop both creative and critical skills through a combination of weekly workshops and seminars.
Aims and outcomes
The programme seeks to establish a responsive forum of students and tutors, of intelligent readers and acute listeners within a supportive yet challenging environment.
Edinburgh’s history and vitality in the field of writing was formally recognised in October 2004, when it became the first UNESCO World City of Literature, a designation intended to further enhance literary activity in the city.
The MSc in Creative Writing draws upon the outstanding existing research and teaching strengths of members of the Department of English Literature at Edinburgh University.
Fees and funding
Tuition fees for this programme, and possible funding opportunities.
Our alumni have gone on to achieve success in a wide range of fields.
For any queries of an academic nature, please contact Dr Allyson Stack.