If reading is a pleasure and creative writing very much a part of you, then an English degree with creative writing might appeal.
If you’re ready to explore more widely, think more deeply and consider how you, as a reader, are placed in relation to a text and how that affects your interpretation, you’ve come to the right place.
Salaries for creative writing majors increased 14 percent from 2006 to 2010 making it a continually lucrative profession.
A profession with consistency should be key for any student trying to decide on a future career path and the entertainment industry is always growing.
Brunel offers one of the most highly regarded creative writing courses in the UK, with many staff members active as novelists, writers for performance, or as cultural critics.
Through them you will learn and practice the fundamentals of writing in a variety of forms including poetry and film.
Fame, fortune and the red carpet are just a few of the potential benefits creative writing for entertainment can offer.
Artistic freedom and the ability to work wherever a computer is available are a few others but the real reward is getting to witness your creation anywhere and everywhere.
Your future doesn’t have to be in publishing, writing or poetry unless you want it to be, there’s so much you can do with an English and Creative Writing BA.
Brunel graduates fit just as easily into other career environments, and the opportunity of doing a placement year to gain experience in a job role and industry sector will be a distinct advantage.