Four of these address, from a variety of different angles, the writing of fiction; the fifth course is devoted to creative non-fiction. This course is now full Wa2 - Writing short fiction I. Memory, imagination, research Wa4 - Writing non-fiction I. I now have more confidence in my abilities to write effectively under a time limit." Erin Burrows, Australia, 17 - 23 August 2019 Make the most of your programme by staying on for the August Creative Writing Retreat at the Institute's stunning 16th-century Madingley Hall, renowned for its beautiful gardens and award-winning cuisine.
Whichever course you choose you will be writing and submitting a creative piece of 350-400 words, four days a week. Group Wa: 9.15am – 10.45am and 1.45pm – 3.15pm Wa1 - The art and craft of fiction I. Lives - past and present Wa5 - Adventures in fiction I. Course Director-led writing exercise sessions start each day, and group members meet over meals, but the days are yours for self-directed work on your own projects in this inspirational setting.
Read more » Situated in the very heart of the city on one of the original medieval routes, St Catharine's College is close to both King’s College and Queens’ College, yet just a short walk to the main teaching sites.
St Catharine's offers graceful architecture and delightful courtyard gardens.
The chaperone will need to live in College in a room adjacent to the participant, and to attend classes with the participant.
Chaperones are charged for accommodation and meals.
Read more » Set around large secluded gardens, this graceful College is just across the road from your lecture rooms, yet still within easy walking distance of the bustling city centre.
Meals are served buffet-style and taken in the airy dining hall overlooking the beautiful gardens.
Please note that if you have previously attended our University of Cambridge International Summer Programmes you are deemed to have already met this requirement and do not therefore need to provide further proof of English language proficiency.
* Some applicants may have undertaken all or part of their education in English and/or may have extensive experience using English on a regular basis in their professional life, and as such could reasonably be expected to fully participate in our Programmes without the above tests.