UCF’s MFA in Creative Writing offers a diverse curriculum to support a vibrant community of writers. We offer concentrations in fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction, and features a curriculum fueled by aesthetic values and focused on students’ original creative work.
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Set within the growing and bustling 60,000+ campus, on the eastern edge of Orlando and about equi-distant from Disney World and the Atlantic beaches, the MFA program offers a balance of close community and the openness of city life. The program—running between about 25 and 35 full- and part-time students at a time—reflects the diversity of the region.

Why Choose UCF?

Mentorship

You’ll find faculty with wide-ranging expertise, supportive workshops, and one-on-one mentoring opportunities.

Community

Discover community activities, such as student and faculty readings, conferences, social gatherings, and networking events.

Professional Development

Gain professional experience to pursue careers in Editing and Publishing, Community
Arts Education, Freelance Writing, Nonprofit Management, Grant Writing, Social Justice work, or proceed to PhD programs.

Financial Support

Many full-time MFA Creative Writing students receive assistantships or fellowships.

Publishing Experience

Intern with The Florida Review, a nationally renowned literary journal based here at UCF. This training provides real-world editorial and publishing experience. For more information, please visit The Florida Review website.

 

 

For more information, please visit the UCF English department website and Creative Writing MFA graduate catalog.

 

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