Overnight accommodation is available, if required (as availability permits), at the cost of £60 per night.
You can pay in one of two ways: ICE fees and refunds policy The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) and the creative writing charity First Story have collaborated to provide two new tuition fee bursaries for this course.
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.
If you would like to book accommodation, upon confirmation of a place on the course, please contact Lisa Hitch: [email protected] 44 (0)1223 746212.
The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) and the creative writing charity First Story have collaborated to provide two new tuition fee bursaries for this course.
Of course, conventions of spelling and grammar are very important, but these can be overlooked only to facilitate the free flow of ideas.
Also it is rather helpful to students to generate a list of needed words on the chalkboard.
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.