Awards for lifelong learners

Posted by mjs76 at Apr 15, 2011 03:22 PM |
The Institute of Lifelong Learning recently held a ceremony at which more than 170 students received the awards which they had worked towards.

Recipients had studied courses across a range of science and humanities subjects or on the Institute’s Counselling and Psychotherapy programme. Others had taken modular courses at Embrace Arts, the University’s arts centre. Each student was presented with a certificate by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Robert Burgess.

There were speeches from Dr Paul Poplawski, former Director of Studies at Vaughan College (where many of the courses are taught), and from student Stephanie Heath, who graduated from the BA in Humanities and has gone on to study for an MA in our Victorian Studies Centre.

For more information about the range of courses on offer, contact the Institute of Lifelong Learning for a brochure or come along to one of the taster sessions which the Institute is organising next month as part of Adult Learners’ Week.

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