Our course will develop your confidence in your writing through core skills and techniques. You’ll experiment with scriptwriting, non-fiction, short stories, the novel, and poetry. As well as genres from fantasy and science fiction to myth and fairytale. And you’ll learn how to approach film and television as art, history, culture, entertainment and commerce.
You'll have plenty of opportunities to get involved with our thriving writing and film scene, too. In creative writing, you can take part in our active, student-led English Society and Write HU. HUWrites provides a platform for performance with showcases and student-led podcasts. You’ll also get the chance to design, edit and publish with our in-house magazines, Document 1 and Hull Scribbler.
And in film, you’ll get the chance to earn CV-boosting experience on a placement. This could be through our involvement with Screen Yorkshire's Connected Campus. It’s a scheme that can help prepare you for life in the film and TV industry through masterclasses, workshops and visiting speakers.