University courses offer new challenge for the new year

Adults wishing to return to the classroom can study war gaming, film studies or the history of the English country house at the University of Wolverhampton.
 
The University is offering the chance to study a single subject with the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences for one semester. The four-month classes are open to all.
 
There are also modules in military history and social history, as well as classes on The Holocaust and the consequences of the forced migration in Europe, or the effect of Vietnam on America. People can study modules in Literature, Philosophy or Linguistics as well as Sociology, Film or Cultural Studies. Language courses and basic British Sign Language are also available.
 
Linda Townsend, Learning Programme Co-ordinator for Languages, said: “More and more adults are returning to universities to fulfil an ambition to study, or just be able to learn about a subject they have always enjoyed. They will not have to study for a degree, but can choose one module from the many subjects on offer.”
 
The four-month classes start the week of January 28, and cost £157.50 per module, although financial help is available in some cases.
 
Those interested should visit www.wlv.ac.uk/lifelong-humanities.  Alternatively, the full list of modules and the timetable is available from Linda Townsend on L.Townsend3@wlv.ac.uk or 01902 323370.

Further information

For more information, contact Vickie Woodward in the Press Office on 01902 322736 or 07973 335112.

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