Writing is an art of words and those who are born with a power to transcript their feeling into words portray the world from a different perspective. For all those keen to brush up their writing skills need to make Glasgow their study destination. The city has thriving writers linked to it and so nothing is better than to study writing in an inspiring city like Glasgow. Glasgow provides research led writing courses full-time, part-time, morning, evening, distance learning etc. in its universities and institutes thus an upright position for your writer soul.

University of Strathclyde Glasgow

One of the most prosperous institutes of knowledge in the capital city of Scotland is the University of Strathclyde where you have varying options in the field of creative writing. The university offers research led writing courses for both undergraduate and graduate students. Writers who are looking for stable platforms that aid in getting to the place of endless opportunities the world offers to all those who want to write. Strathclyde offers postgraduate creative writing with English, French, Italian, Spanish journalism, creative writing with Economics, Human Resource Management, journalism creative writing and law, social policy, politics and International relations. Creative writer is also there at a research level while Master levels literature theory is there for modern enthusiasts of literature.

http://www.strath.ac.uk/courses/?term=writing

Glasgow CLYDE College

The institute actually attract those student writers who are looking for flexible learning options along with other errands in life. CLYDE College offers full-time, part-time morning, evening and weekend creative writing courses. The writing courses vary from business writing to Report writing, script writing and research led creative writing in itself. The research led creative writing evening course covers the wide aspects of creative writing including how, when, why and what to write. Thus detailing in the aspects of Character creating, plot creating, structuring the story etc. all what a writer wants to learn more about. The CLYDE College has multi-campus around the Scotland the three sites in Anniesland, Cardonald and Langside.

http://www.glasgowclyde.ac.uk/courses/commercial-courses/creative-writing

University of Glasgow

The most popularly challenging writing courses in Britain is to be found nowhere other than university of Glasgow where every writers dream is to win enrolment. University of Glasgow offers graduate and post graduate writing programmes along with distance learning. The Masters of Fine Arts, The Doctorate of Fine Arts and The MLitt in creative writing are the research writing degrees are perfect for practising writers who are looking for courses to pass through a writing project like a research thesis, a novel, film or TV scripts etc. The students here are under the guidance of upcoming writers including Carolyn Jess-Cooke, Laura Marney, Elizabeth Reeder, Jeffrey Robinson, Michael Schmidt, and Zoe Strachan, while receiving critical analysis on their work from John Coyle, Jane Goldman, Rob Maslen, Alan Riach, and Helen Stoddart. Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow is based in the Edwin Morgan Writing Room along with that the library is an audio and visual features.  There are on-going programmes and events that include presentations from visiting speakers, master classes and public events.  The University Library is with its modern collections and an archive is a crucial resource, including the archive for Edwin Morgan’s Papers. The university is also collaborating with the Mitchell Library, one of the great civic libraries of Europe, and our public events are open to the public.

http://www.gla.ac.uk/subjects/creativewriting/

Glasgow Caledonian University

GCU is yet another University in Britain that supports the TV and film fiction writers with a versatile course in their way to fame. With its campus in Glasgow and London the university is pacing forward with its name. Although GCU might be an underrated institute but the writing programme there is research led with British television modern tactility as it provides a graduate degree in television writing (fiction). Screen writing is one field in which writers have had endless possibilities in past decade with the changing audience that demand dramatic fiction and relative storylines thus growth in the perspective in the screenwriters.

MA Television Fiction Writing enhances the research work in the field of writing with the close collaboration of British television and its script writers. In the course you get to brush up your storytelling skills with advancement in creating scripts and transmitting real life drama to the screens. Along with that you get an insight with comedy writing and get to develop a skill in comic script. MA Television Fiction Writing is available in both full-time and part-time basis. GCU aims to produce a generation of script writers that up holds the status of British television.

http://www.gcu.ac.uk/study/courses/details/index.php/P01634-1FTA-1718/Television_Fiction_Writing?utm_source=YYYY&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=courselisting

University for the Creative Arts

University for the creative arts just like its name proves to be the institute that provides open courses for versatile creativity one is directly interested in. It provides open courses than can be studied through distant learning for that it is also popularly known as the Open College of Arts. The part time courses for creative writing that helps you find the inner story teller. The courses vary from experience of poetry to literature, script writing to short stories; along with that you get to understand the theoretical concepts of critical writing.

https://www.oca.ac.uk/courses/creative-writing-courses/