Julia Crouch and Dr Hannah Vincent

Did you know our English students can get one-to-one support from professional writers?

This year the University of Brighton has two Royal Literary Fund Fellows, published writers Julia Crouch and Dr Hannah Vincent – students can book sessions to focus on their specific writing needs, from essay planning to structuring an argument, to critical thinking, to rewriting and editing.

The Royal Literary Fund Fellowship scheme places professional writers in universities to offer writing support to all students. RLF Fellows can help students at all levels of study – undergraduate and postgraduate – to improve and even enjoy their writing.

They are available to work one-to-one, using their expertise in written language and communication to help students develop academic writing skills. If appropriate, the student can submit the work they wish to discuss in advance.

Because of the current public health situation, sessions are online.

Find out about what literature, language, linguistics and creative writing courses we offer at the University of Brighton.

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