• England
    • Cambridge
Subject Areas
Animal Science Art History Arts Astronomy Biology Business Classical Studies Creative Writing Earth Sciences History International Relations Law Life Sciences Literature Medieval Studies Natural Sciences Philosophy Physics Visual Arts +9

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Jul 24, 2019
Oct 07, 2015
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About Program

Study at one of the world's leading universities, join a community of international participants, meet award-winning lecturers, stay in a historic Cambridge College and enjoy a range of weekend excursions.

The University of Cambridge International Summer Programmes, 7 July - 17 August 2019, offer over 200 courses. Subjects include Business & Entrepreneurship, Art & Visual Culture, Science, Shakespeare and the Renaissance, Creative Writing, Literature, Medieval Studies, Ancient & Classical Worlds, History and English Law & Legal Methods. Classroom sessions and daily lectures are delivered at university level and geared towards undergraduates, graduates and adult participants, all are taught by leading Cambridge academics and guest subject specialists. Small classroom sessions allow for sustained personal contact with subject specialists, themed lectures complement these sessions. We also offer evening talks, concerts, readings and other social activities.

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Yes, I recommend this program

Creative Writing - laugh, cry, it's all there.

Two dogs featured in the CW class. First was a running gag and the dog was dead, l know, I know. The second I woke up crying over at 05:58 one morning and wrote ten A4 pages of notes, which was distilled into a five line poem and I don't write poems. Be prepared to have every emotion tested, examined, analysed, but that's what creative writing is about.

What would you improve about this program?
Better plenary speakers. Many used it as an opportunity to sell their books and gave standard, cliche ridden writing conference lectures. I had hoped for better.
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Response from University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education

We're delighted that you found the Creative Writing programme so thought-provoking; we work hard to deliver excellent courses. Our plenary lecturers are often keen to share their own work and aim to offer a range of perspectives from within the sector.

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