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Formerly City College Brighton and Hove and Northbrook College

Creative Writing | Write On

Course Type: Open to international students, Adult leisure and hobby Campus: Central Brighton Campus

Why this course?

Have you written a novel or are serious about wanting to? If so, this workshop-based course is aimed at experienced writers of fiction, who want to develop their skills further.

Each writer will have the opportunity to share their work and have it assessed by the tutor and in class discussion.

The major aspects of fiction will be looked at in detail, including: plotting, characterisation, structure, setting and location, and dialogue.

Advice will be offered on routes to getting published. The course will also include a one-to-one session with the tutor for each writer.

Start dates

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Code Start Campus Times Duration Fees ?
CL0355-1C 14 Jan 2021 Central Brighton 7.00pm - 9.00pm 10 Weeks £133.00 Enrol & Pay
CL0336-1C 22 Apr 2021 Central Brighton 7.00pm - 9.00pm 10 Weeks £133.00 Enrol & Pay

Open events

We run various open events throughout the year to enable you to come in to the College, see our facilities and speak with our staff.


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Course costs

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Other ways to enrol

You can also enrol by calling 01273 667704 or in person at our Central Brighton or West Durrington Campuses.


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Course content

Have you written a novel or are serious about wanting to? If so, this workshop-based course is aimed at experienced writers of fiction, who want to develop their skills further.

Each writer will have the opportunity to share their work and have it assessed by the tutor and in class discussion.

The major aspects of fiction will be looked at in detail, including: plotting, characterisation, structure, setting and location, and dialogue.

Advice will be offered on routes to getting published. The course will also include a one-to-one session with the tutor for each writer.

Why the MET?

  • Online access to course documents, resources and study support through the MET’s virtual learning environment
  • High-quality learning resource centres providing library and computing facilities
  • Access to the MET’s student services, including career advice and additional learning support
  • Cafés and coffee bars with a wide range of reasonably priced meals, snacks and drinks

Course fees

The course fees are £133.00 for 10 weeks. 

This course is eligible for a 50% discount if you are in receipt of certain benefits. This discounted fee is shown as category B below:

A. £133.00

B. £66.50

Find out more about the eligibility criteria and how to apply for this discount here.

Course fees
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