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    Hello.
    So, I've just graduated with a BA in Literature from India. I'm taking a one-year gap now, and plan to enroll for a Masters degree for 2015 in Creative Writing. I've looked at all these top-ranking universities everyone has been mentioning for CW - UEA, Birkbeck, Holloway, Lancaster, Warwick, Machester etc, but most of them seem to get you to choose your stream, or specialize, right from the start.
    I write prose, poetry, everything; I'd like to explore a number of genres and not get stuck with just one for the entire year.
    The unis I've liked thus far are Southampton, Kingston, Exeter, Birmingham, Nottingham and Sussex. Unis with modules like writing for the screen, anything to do with psychology, critical theories, literaturey stuff, have more appeal than unis that only have modules plainly on CW.
    Anyone having any info on the above unis, lemme know. I'd like to gather as much info as I can before starting my application process.
    Also, I'd really like to get a scholarship into any of these unis; UK is **** expensive compared to India x_x I have really good marks; though idk what the procedure of conversion of marks and stuff is..
    Anyhoooooo. Please help
 
 
 
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