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Alert:

Please note that this course has started and enrolment is no longer possible.

This course is now closed for applications. If you have not already done so, please register your interest for future Festivals of Learning and other Summer Programmes by clicking here: Register your interest.

This course is designed for those who want to learn about the way poetry works, with a view to enhancing their own writing practice. It will examine the nature of poetry, the value of close observation, economy of style, the uses of memory, and the transformative power of the imagination.

 

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Requirements

English Language:

To ensure that all participants on our Virtual Summer Festival of Learning are able to enjoy studying with us, you will need to be confident understanding and following arguments presented in written and spoken English at University level. You will need to satisfy yourself that you have an appropriate level of English language proficiency.

Before booking, please ensure that you have read our English language recommendations and are satisfied that you have the appropriate level of English to benefit from the course.

For details of our English language recommendations, see Booking information.

 

Technical requirements:

All courses will be delivered via our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) that allows you to study and learn online, access learning resources, and interact with your tutor and fellow students.

You will need to have access to:

- the internet via a computer or smart device

- a webcam and microphone for any interactive sessions which may be available

- speakers or headphones in order to hear pre-recorded material provided by the Course Director

Course dates

13 Jul 2020 to 17 Jul 2020

Course duration

1 week

Apply by

06 Jul 2020

Course fee

£75

Course director

Venue

Virtual Summer Festival of Learning
Online

Qualifications / Credits

Non-accredited

Course code

1920SFL212