Boston University Creative Writing Summer

Boston University Creative Writing Summer-19
In addition, each will receive a Global Fellowship allowing for travel, writing, and study anywhere outside the United States upon completion of degree requirements.Please click here to read about the BU MFA Program in the Atlantic’s “Best of the Best” guide to graduate programs in Creative Writing.

In addition, each will receive a Global Fellowship allowing for travel, writing, and study anywhere outside the United States upon completion of degree requirements.Please click here to read about the BU MFA Program in the Atlantic’s “Best of the Best” guide to graduate programs in Creative Writing.

Each section of EN 202 is limited to fifteen students.

Please note that EN 202 does not satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences writing requirement.

For students looking to be granted admission to any of the graduate workshops, the procedure is essentially the same as it is for the advanced undergraduate courses.

We do ask, however, that you submit your work at least several weeks prior to the start of the semester to allow the professor extra time to consider it.

To apply for an advanced course, please send a writing sample to the Creative Writing Program at [email protected], and it will be forwarded to the instructor.

All advanced courses can be viewed on the Student Link. There is presently no major or minor in creative writing at the undergraduate level, however, for students majoring or minoring in English, or pursuing a creative writing concentration in COM, any advanced creative writing course (EN 304, 305, 306, or 405, including MET courses) will count for concentration credit.

The Boston University Creative Writing Program, one of the oldest and most prestigious in the country, offers students the opportunity to complete the MFA degree in fiction or poetry in one year (two to three semesters) through a rigorous combination of creative writing workshops and literature courses.

Class sizes are small– ten fiction writers and eight to ten poets per year– and all admitted students for 2019-20 will receive full tuition coverage and a stipend (most requiring teaching).

Following the conclusion of the program, a certificate of completion and letters of evaluation from both seminar instructors will be provided to you.

Our program is thrilled to offer courses for high schoolers in summer 2019!

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