The London School of Journalism, City University London, Faber Academy, Kingston Writing School and Oxford University Department for Continuing Education all offer writing courses in London. These classes range from writing classes with a journalism focus to creative writing courses.
The University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education offers a creative writing program that contains fiction, prose, essay, poetry and drama workshops with critical reading seminars. Students can specialize in novel writing, short fiction, screenwriting, poetry or narrative nonfiction and take further writing classes in those specific categories.
Faber Academy offers beginner creative writing, life writing, novel writing and writing for children classes. Students can also take classes to help them develop plot lines and research for writing and editing novels.
Students at the City University London can take fiction, writing for children, short story writing and novel writing courses. Those with advanced writing skills can register for the writers' workshop or novel studio. The school also offers nonfiction writing courses on travel writing, narrative nonfiction, writing for business, and building a career in adventure journalism. The London School of Journalism also focuses on nonfiction journalism classes, but offers a range of creative writing courses as well. Students can take courses online, in the evening or during the day.