Saturday, May 05, 2007

Continuing Education at Liverpool University - JLucifer

The University of Liverpool arranges over three hundred part-time courses annually, for members of the public in Liverpool and surrounding areas.

Continuing Education courses are part of The University of Liverpool's accredited Continuing Education programme. They offer nationally-recognised credit points which are awarded for satisfactory completion of assignments and regular course attendance. Credits may be accumulated towards a University award or as evidence of achievement for vocational or personal development purposes.

There are weekly - day time and evening - courses, usually lasting from ten to twenty weeks, linked days and residential courses.

Courses take place on the University Precinct and at other locations in Liverpool city centre and suburbs; and at other centres in Merseyside, West Cheshire and South-West Lancashire, such as Chester, Southport, and St. Helens.

There are fee concessions if you are a full-time student and/or a state retirement pensioner; or if you are receiving certain benefits.