People looking for a new challenge or planning to change career could sign up for a new future with one of many University of Wolverhampton courses starting at the end of this month (JAN).
The University is gearing up for hundreds of new students who can apply now for a January or February start.
There are many part-time and flexible courses in subjects such as business, healthcare, law, art and design, construction and engineering, computing, education, leisure and media.
Nursing courses are available which allow students to specialise in adult, mental health, learning disabilities or children’s branches, and benefit from a bursary while they study.
Creative courses include digital media, photography, textiles, interior design, visual communications, ceramics and glass.
The University has professional and postgraduate courses including a Masters in Business Administration (MBA), designed to meet the needs of graduates, managers and practitioners.
Yadwinder Padda, who is launching a business after studying Complementary Therapies at the University of Wolverhampton, said: “University was a fantastic opportunity and an eye opener. It made me think about the future and realise that I wanted to go into business with my two colleagues. It was an experience I would not change for anything.”
For more information about courses see www.wlv.ac.uk or call 01902 321032.
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