Courses

Be inspired by Middlesex University's diverse and dynamic culture. Our courses will hone your writing skills with specialist support and further your career ambitions.

Behind every great film, series or show are great writers. This hands-on master's degree gives you the opportunity to make your voice heard in stage, screen and audio.

Consultants from pioneers in the digital world, such as Google News Lab and the Guardian/Observer, have contributed to make this master's course industry-relevant and at the forefront of the most innovative developments in the news business. 

The course is staffed by practising illustrators with rich and varied experience and invaluable insight into all aspects of publishing. The course will draw on the advice and expertise of visiting publishers, writers, editors, designers and art directors offering their best insight into the world of publishing, narratives and children's books.

Our fully flexible online MA enables you to develop your novel at your own pace, at times to suit your lifestyle, from anywhere in the world.

If you’d like to know more, e-mail Adam Lively

The gaming industry is rapidly changing, as technologies, platforms and users converge more and more each day. Our games design course is designed to give you a skill set that’s resilient to the rapid changes in an expanding and evolving industry. 

You’ll be following in the footsteps of a long list of decorated alumni, the likes of which have gone on to work on the latest Star Wars productions, for Disney, the BBC, set up their own companies and continued their studies at the National Film and Television School.

Our course allows you to develop your creative writing ability as well as gaining the skills needed to thrive as a journalist.

This innovative degree will allow you to gain the skills you need to build a portfolio career in the arts. You'll have many opportunities to collaborate and work within the industry while exploring a range of diverse specialisms that will place you at the forefront of emerging design practices.

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