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PlaywritingSt Mary's University, Twickenham
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Location: St Mary's University, Twickenham
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2019/09/09
Duration: 12 months
Intl fees: £13650
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Why study Playwriting? Playwriting gives you the space, time and support needed to write your first full-length play. The Degree delves into the world of the playwright – reading and watching live theatre in London, investigating the fringe and new writing ‘scene’. This Master's programme also offers a range of practical exercises to challenge and inspire you before writing your own final piece.
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A first degree at second-class level or above (or equivalent) is required. Students without such qualifications may, in some circumstances, be considered for entry if they are deemed to have substantial equivalent qualifications or experience. Candidates will also be interviewed for a place on this degree.
About this university
The location of the university and the range of courses on offer draw students from around the world. There is support and advice available from the very beginning of the process with application information on the website. There are also English language courses for those wanting to learn or improve their skills with the language. Regular events help students get the most from their time at the university and begins with Fresher's Week. There is also assistance on matters such as immigration and visas, finding accommodation in university halls or in the wider area and even daily life matters such as getting a bank account or using healthcare services. The Student Union offers representation and support for its members as well as operating a licensed bar and common room and a shop, all in the J-Building on the campus. It is also responsible for the organisation of the various sports clubs and societies on offer to students outside the classroom including student media such as the SMUC Radio station. The union is responsible for the organisation of a number of events including the Summer Ball, RAG Week and the Community Christmas Festival. The clubs and societies all get together for an annual award dinner also organised by the union. These clubs range across all interest areas. Sports are a particular focus and there are traditional sports available such as athletics, badminton, cricket and football as well as less common ones such as Gaelic football and kick boxing. The societies also cover traditional and modern including catholic and choir groups, the Christian Union, dance and drama groups as well as academic topics such as geography and history and even gaming appreciation groups. Finally mature students even have their own society and all students can look to form a new one through the union.