Although the twin unit is quite hard to get because it’s only 4% of the available rooms. ) Other unis applied to: Cambridge, Warwick, Exeter, Kent Random fact: I play clarinet and cello, and also a weird folk instrument (english concertina) Hi I’m totally late to this but still !! Name: Sam Location: Bahrain Predicted grades: AAA Offer: ABB for Film and English Lit Other unis: Warwick, Lancaster, Loughborough Random fact: I make music on the internet Hoping all's well for everyone with exams approaching!
Might apply for it with a friend so we’re more likely to get it 😊 Hey everyone, sorry I'm late to this; Name: Ella Location: Ipswich Predicted grades: A*, A, B, B Offer back? Name: Natalie Location: Cheshire Predicted grades: AAB Offer back: AAB English lit with creative writing Other unis applied to: Aberystwyth, York St.
Although the twin unit is quite hard to get because it’s only 4% of the available rooms. : Other unis applied to: Random fact: I'd love to talk to others who have applied for the course.
Sorry for the late reply, I forget to look at this sometimes😂 see I like the cheapness but frankly I’d prefer either the en suite or the the twin unit?
did you have lectures/seminars every day or only a few days a week? Hi Lily, I’m starting the English Literature with Creative Writing course in Sept 2019 and asked the LDC Instagram page about contact hours - this is the reply I got: Thanks for your question on IG stories!
There are also regular advising hours, tutorials and all sorts of unofficial extra mentoring, so there’s plenty of time to see your academic tutors outside the seminar. Timetabling is pretty randomly allocated but you'll probably be in nearly every day for a couple hours in first year, then about 3 days for longer periods per day in second/third year. I was wondering if anyone who is doing/has completed this undergrad course could tell me how many contact hours they had in each year? You can post direct questions to current UEA students and ask them about university life, living in Norwich, accommodation and so much more.International Literary Translation & Creative Writing Summer School, 19 - 25 July 2020 Delivered by the British Centre for Literary Translation in partnership with the National Centre for Writing APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020 SUMMER SCHOOL WILL OPEN IN JANUARY 2020.The annual BCLT Summer School brings together writers and translators for an intensive, one-week, residential programme of hands-on translation and creative writing practice.Submission deadline: 20th November 2019 Applications are now open for the The John Boyne Scholarship at the University of East Anglia’s prestigious MA/MFA Creative Writing Course.The John Boyne Scholarship supports a student from the Republic of Ireland while they study on the MA/MFA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) course offered by the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing. Applications for the 2019/20 scholarship will open on November 20th.Gabriel is currently studying English Lit with Creative Writing.Britain’s leading centre for the study and support of literary translation. If there are any coming up I'd be interested in going. I'd highly recommend it if you're still stuck between universities! : AAB or unconditional if firmed Other unis applied to: Birmingham (offer), Nottingham (offer), Warwick (waiting), Royal Holloway (waiting) Random fact: At every open day I visited, I searched the campus shops to look for strawberry cheesecake flavoured Oreos. Does anyone know about offer holder/applicant days for this course?If you are offered the Scholarship, you must be prepared to accept these terms. Please visit our FAQ webpage for further information. Might apply for it with a friend so we’re more likely to get it 😊 Sorry for the late reply, I forget to look at this sometimes😂 see I like the cheapness but frankly I’d prefer either the en suite or the the twin unit? I recently got my offer back from UEA for English Literature and wanted to see others who have applied/received offers back! Name: Georgina Location: Hertfordshire Predicted grades: A*AA Offer back: unconditional (and I confirmed it a few weeks ago, so I'm definitely going! Real late to this too but I just confirmed UEA as my firm choice this week.