Institute of Lifelong Learning celebrates student success

Posted by de57 at Feb 27, 2013 01:50 PM |
Part-time students at the Institute of Lifelong Learning were congratulated on their commitment and dedication at an award ceremony on Wednesday, 6th February at The Fraser Noble Building.

Certificate and Diploma students, along with their friends, families and tutors, attended the annual celebration of achievement, where they were presented with their award by the Vice-Chancellor. 

The Vice-Chancellor congratulated students on their achievements and outlined the many opportunities available through the Institute of Lifelong Learning

Among the highlights of the evening was the presentation of the Philip Collins prize for the Adult Learner of the Year, which this year was presented to Fiona Elliot for achieving the best academic performance at Certificate of Higher Education level during her studies on the Certificate of Higher Education in Counselling.

After the formal ceremony which included an address by Denis Rice, former Warden of Vaughan College, students and guests had the opportunity to enjoy drinks and refreshment and renew their acquaintance with tutors and staff of the Institute.

The Institute of Lifelong Learning  runs a wide range of Arts, Culture, Management and Science courses, all of which are delivered on a part-time basis which make them ideal for those who wish to gain a university accredited qualification in conjunction with their busy lives.

The new Lifelong Learning course brochure will be out soon - if you would like to be sent one when it’s ready please email va50@le.ac.uk

 

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