Graduate Certificate in Creative Industries - Creative Writing

About the Graduate Certificate in Creative Industries - Creative Writing

The Creative Writing course provides both skills and knowledge in both freelance writing and vocational areas, including publishing, professional writing and editing. Units deliver students a range of skills in major writing forms and genres, with a variety of genres covered, including fiction, creative non-fiction and news-writing.


Creative writing

Campuses and Duration

Campus Duration
Kelvin Grove 0.5 year

More information about Queensland University of Technology (QUT)


QUT is located in the city of Brisbane and ranks in the top 10 universities in Australia (Times Higher Education). With leading academics, a focus on modern learning and state-of-the-art facilities, QUT prepares you for your career, not just your job.

About Us

QUT is recognised for real-world courses with practical experience to prepare you for your career. We have 44,000 students and 7000 of these are international students from more than 100 countries.

QUT is Australia's first institute to earn triple accreditation of business excellence from the world's leading accrediting bodies (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA).

We have the largest university career mentor scheme in Australia, including partnerships with hundreds of companies worldwide to give you real experience while you study.

We are the only university in Queensland with two inner-city campuses, and our world-class facilities include the AUD$230 million Science and Engineering Centre and Community Hub.

Student Services

From arrival through to graduation, you can rely on the friendly, professional support offered by our International Student Services (ISS) team. Services include accommodation assistance, language and learning advice, airport reception, workshops and seminars, university orientation and recreational activities.


View all Queensland University of Technology (QUT) courses

QUT offers more than 650 undergraduate and postgraduate study options in the areas of:

  • building and planning
  • business
  • creative, design and performance
  • education
  • engineering
  • health and community
  • information technology
  • languages (including English language programs)
  • law and justice
  • science and mathematics.

QUT International College (QUTIC) is an integral part of the university and offers English language, university diploma, foundation and pathway programs to prepare international students for entry into Australian university degree programs.

The QUT IELTS Test Centre, located at QUTIC at the Kelvin Grove campus, offers both General Training and Academic modules. It is open to internal QUT students, as well as candidates external to the university.


QUT performed strongly in the Australian Government's 2012 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) assessment round, with 95 per cent of the university's research areas at the broad discipline level ranked world standard and above.

Our top-performing research areas include:

  • communication and media
  • creative arts and writing
  • education
  • environmental sciences
  • information systems
  • law and legal studies
  • materials engineering
  • mathematical science.

Over the last six years, QUT's research investment attraction has outperformed all other Australian universities. Our Science and Engineering Centre at the Gardens Point campus brings together more than 300 scholars and is home to the Institute for Future Environments, focusing on research themes around science, technology, engineering and mathematic (STEM) disciplines.

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Kelvin Grove

Victoria Park Road KELVIN GROVE QLD Australia