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Are you an aspiring writer looking to craft and hone your skills? Are you looking for the expertise to break into the world of professional writing and forge a career? Are you looking for a university level qualification to take your writing further?

Exeter College is launching a new Foundation degree in Creative and Professional Writing in partnership with Plymouth University for September 2017.

This exciting new course will support your personal and professional development as a writer, from establishing your own voice to honing your technique and learning the skills you need to sell your ideas and publish your work.

The course will give you the chance to engage with high quality teaching and learning delivered by experienced staff, many of whom are actively engaged in their own creative practice as writers, and to benefit from inspiring partnerships with local organisations including the Northcott Theatre, Exeter Phoenix and Literature Works. To register your interest and stay in touch, email fdawriting@exe-coll.ac.uk

 

What do employers think?

The Foundation Degree in Creative and Professional Writing sounds really interesting and diverse in scope. It is important to gain relevant writing skills that transfer easily into the professional world – the course seems as though will it enhance vocabulary, creative skills and literary knowledge. Through the many modules students can learn to develop skills that are invaluable in professional environments – such as persuasive language and in particular, knowing your audience. Differentiating your tone of writing to suit a spectrum of status/countries/professions is extremely important and will transfer effortlessly into any working environment.

Bethany Wadley, journal manager at Elsevier Press, Exeter
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