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Objectives & Learning Outcomes

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The Undergraduate Study Programme ‘Creative Writing, Arts and Humanities’ is an English-taught interdisciplinary programme run by two UoWM Departments:  the Department of  Early Childhood Education (School of Social Sciences and Humanities), and the Department of Business Administration (School of Economics). Operation and administration rest with the department of Early Childhood Education.

The programme aims at catering for undergraduate study to secondary education graduates from non-European Union (EU) countries in creative writing and literary studies, and to promote research in the field of Creative Writing, i.e. the active apperception of literary genres, the training of graduates in modern theories and methods of analysis, production of literary and other related texts (scripts, fairy tales, songs, etc.) and the promotion of interdisciplinary research, both at academic and research level, in matters of literature, film and television writing as well as, in a broader scale, cultural production and industry.

The programme aims at:

  • catering for advanced undergraduate studies and supporting high-level discipline-specific diploma theses
  • offering the possibility of integrated studies in the field of Creative Writing, in the direction of research or personal writing (academic and literary), as well as specialization in cinematography and television writing
  • fostering a knowledge background in Education Sciences with specialization in Creative Writing and related fields of education and culture, which will provide graduates with a sense of confidence in their specialization, thereby facilitating their job search endeavors, and, by combining theoretical approaches, scientific methodology and strategies, motivate them towards comprehensive innovative social and cultural initiatives.

The training offered by the program offers graduates a solid theoretical background and the ability to address interdisciplinary-related complex practical problems, combining theoretical approaches, scientific methodology and strategic thinking to generate innovative actions and policies.

The acquisition of theoretical knowledge and practical skills enables graduates to handle relevant professional and research issues related to the world of books, editing and publishing production. In addition, it qualifies them to engage effectively in cultural production and industry.


Learning Outcomes

Graduates are expected to acquire:


  • a cohesive and comprehensive range of knowledge In Creative Writing research, i.e., active perception of literary genres.
  • relationship of Creative Writing to Journalism, Advertising and Marketing.
  • interdisciplinary research, both at an academic and research level, in literature, film and television writing, as well as cultural production and industry, on a broader scale.
  • modern theories and methods of analysis.
  • production of literary and other relevant texts (scripts, fairy tales, songs, etc.).
  • multimedia and digital applications of Creative Writing.
  • text editing and publishing procedures and practices.
  • relationship between written literary discourse and Ecocriticism.
  • impact of Creative Writing on Economy.



  • writing literary, journalist and advertising texts.
  • transferring theoretical knowledge into educational practice
  • engaging in research or personal writing (academic and literary).
  • acquiring expert knowledge in Education Sciences with a focus on Creative Writing and the related fields of education and culture.
  • combining relevant theoretical approaches, scientific methodology and strategies to produce comprehensive innovative actions and policies.
  • acquiring theoretical knowledge and practical skills to engage in profession- and research-related fields of the book industry, editing and publishing production, history of books, and cultural production and industry on a broader scale.
  • working in a multidisciplinary environment.
  • reading, and making business text analyses and reviews.


Both acquired knowledge and skills can be employed in a targeted manner to greatly enhance cultural practices, which in turn can promote Greek culture through literature, art, and modern educational activities with positive outcomes in strengthening international relations and agreements. Moreover, they can significantly contribute to the substantial development of quality tourism in Greece.

Upon completion of the study programme, graduates will be qualified to address the needs of both their home country and the international market in areas related to contemporary trends in literary production. They will also possess the required skills to integrate the principles of Creative Writing across various educational levels, and they will be capable of meeting the demands of the cultural market and industry.

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