UK Writers' College offers specialised online writing courses with individual tutoring by award-winning writers.

Choose from 27 writing courses, all tutored by professional writers. Study with travel writer Donna Dailey, winner of several local and International travel writing awards; multi-award-winning novelists Liz Williams and Alex Smith; Paul Smith, journalist and author of six best-sellers; or Ginny Swart, author of several hundred short stories and winner of the UK Real Writer's Prize.

Learn to write from the comfort of your home from anywhere in the United Kingdom. You will receive one-to-one support, guidance and mentoring from an expert in the field, every line of the way.

  Why study at UK Writers' College ?

 If you want to be a writer, our courses provide all the training you need to write for a living, or for pleasure.

tick.gif We have trained over 3000 students online since 2005. More than 45 large companies support our courses. Read feedback from graduate students here.
tick.gif Our tutors have collectively accumulated or been shortlisted for more than 60 international writing awards, including many Qantas Awards,  several Commonwealth Writers' Prizes, four Emmy Awards, the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, The UK Real Writers Prize, ATKV Awards, the Caine Prize for African Writing, the Pen/HSBC awards, the Sir David Beatie Award, the George Foster Peabody Award, the Reed Fiction Award, Philip K Dick Memorial Award, the Arthur C Clarke Award, Locus Awards, British Fantasy Awards and the British Science Fiction Awards.
tick.gif We offer real training by real writers. We only employ full-time, professional writers as our tutors. They also happen to be supportive, effective and adored teachers.
tick.gif We currently have 4000 + pages of course notes written by our tutors - specialist writing knowledge for each genre of writing.
tick.gif We have over 450 pages of writing resources on our website - 150 of these free to the public.

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