Sources of government funding and financial support - including Professional and Career Development Loans.
Student Finance England (SFE) has introduced a Postgraduate loans scheme for full-time and part-time Master’s courses.
Step two: Complete this online Bursary Application Form.
You will be required to provide your course application payment reference number, a personal statement about how you will benefit from the course and bursary, and a copy of your CV.
Applicants should hold a good undergraduate degree (2.1 or overseas equivalent) and would need to be competent in the English language, with an IELTS overall band score of 7.5 (with no element lower than 7.0).
Applicants might come from an existing teaching environment, (primary, secondary or tertiary), be practising writers or postgraduate students who wish to develop the skills to lead workshops, those looking to improve or develop a more cohesive or defined creative writing pedagogy, or professionals in other industries who would like to explore using creative writing as a development tool within their field.Applications are welcomed from both those living within travelling distance of Cambridge and those further afield.Although this is a non-residential course, students requiring residential accommodation may be able to book B&B at Madingley Hall as availability permits.The First Story - Institute of Continuing Education Tuition Fee Bursary Scheme will enable teachers, librarians or other literary professionals working in deprived and/or disadvantaged settings to enrol on the part-time University of Cambridge Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching Creative Writing.These bursaries, which will reduce tuition fees by fifty percent are intended to support applicants who work in state funded settings such as state schools, public libraries, local authorities, the NHS or HM Prisons Service and third-sector or not-for-profit organisations. Applicants can only apply for a bursary after making an application for the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching Creative Writing course through the online application portal.I will be providing a road map of a six week beginner's course, which can be adapted to your needs and that of your students.We will cover the topics of why we write stories, fantastic first pages, character, dialogue, structure, the hero's journey, memoir, the short story, my top ten tips for writing and where your students go from here.Please note the deadline for applications is 6 February 2019Please note that this course does not lead to a formal teaching qualification.There will be three weekend teaching modules Module 1: Friday 5th April 2019 - Sunday 7th April 2019 Module 2: Friday 28th June 2019 - Sunday 30th June 2019 Module 3: Friday 6th September 2019 - Sunday 6th September 2019 The weekends run from Friday mornings to Sunday afternoon.Essentially, as he progresses through the grade levels his writing unfolds as a more personal stamp. This means that I must slowly direct each child to writing independently.To do so I must model good writing, write with them collaboratively, guide their efforts and allow them to work on their own.