What will I learn?

Join a celebration of literature and writing. You’ll read critically and widely, learning about historic and current literature and integrating this knowledge into your own creative work. You’ll analyse and create in equal measure, developing technical skills essential in any number of careers, including the literary and publishing industries.Find your passion and pursue it. Investigate, experiment and specialise in all forms and industries including poetry, literature, children's fiction, non-fiction, screenwriting and digital games. You'll gain practical experience with our partners in publishing, literary festivals and professional writing, learning valued critical and technical skills.You will:Design and run a student-led collaborative project as part of your third year. Previous projects have included producing illustrated anthologies, sitcoms and podcasts while working in collaboration with schools, charities and the National Trust.Attend our guest lecture series, where you'll build relationships and contacts within all facets of the literary world.Participate in literary events, such as The London Book Fair and the North Cornwall Book Festival.Visit The Lighthouse: the glorious room at the heart of our community, which hosts all manner of sessions – from skills and craft workshops to board game sessions, literary quizzes and poetry readings.Contribute your own work to Falwriting: our student-led online magazine.Use our state-of-the-art Soundhouse and edit suites to record audience-ready productions.

Which department am I in?

The School of Communication

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
£17,460.00 (US$ 23,097) per year
This is a fixed fee
Start date

12 September 2022


Main Site

Falmouth Campus,



Cornwall And Isles Of Scilly,

TR11 4RH, England

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.


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