Jericho Writers
4 Acer Walk , Oxford, OX2 6EX, United Kingdom
UK: +44 (0)345 459 9560
US: +1 (646) 974 9060

Is this course suitable for international students?

Yes. We have a very international client base already and we welcome applications from anywhere in the world. One of the course tutors is also based in the US, making time zone issues easier and offering insight into the US publishing industry. If you can’t make the physical live events in the UK, then we’ll … Continued

Do you have bursaries available?

While we don’t have a full bursary available for this course, we want to help great writers get published, and if your personal circumstances make it impossible for you to fund the full price of this course, please get in touch. We can’t make any promises, but we’ll always do what we can.

Will the online elements of the course be easy to use?

We use an easy-to-navigate app called ‘Teachable’ to provide our virtual classrooms. It’s incredibly user-friendly and you’ll have no difficulty understanding what to do. The course will also have its own private space within Jericho Townhouse, and we’ll maintain that group permanently, so your course friendships can long outlast the end of the course. If … Continued

Do I need to be available at set times every week?

For the most part, you’ll be able to work to a schedule that suits you. All tutorials will be recorded, so if you can’t make the live session, you’ll be able to watch the replay. The only truly fixed parts of the calendar are the two live events: the Festival of Writing and the Getting … Continued

What is the application process?

We invite writers from all backgrounds to apply to this course, whatever their educational backgrounds or prior achievements. We do however ask that all applicants are genuinely committed to a career as an author. If you feel this best describes you, please download a full-course prospectus here and follow the links to the application page. … Continued

Who is this course for?

This course is perfect for anyone serious about writing a novel and seeing it traditionally published, or successfully self-published. You might only have the beginning of an idea at the moment, or a rough draft that needs beating into shape. The mentoring aspect of this course will be completely personalised to you, so we’ll work … Continued