1st September 2000




Potential students hoping to improve their career prospects by taking up a part-time course to can do so at one of two enrolment evenings at the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside’s Grimsby campus.


Whether it’s to upgrade skills or just for fun, studying at ULH isn’t just for  school-leavers. The high proportion of mature students taking courses both part-time and full-time proves it’s never too late to learn.


The part-time option is available on most courses offered by the university - to enrol simply turn up any time from 4 – 8pm on Wednesday 6th September or Monday 11th September.


“Some part-time students need a formal qualification to get on at work, while others enjoy studying as means of learning something new later in life,” said Sam Hendley, university press officer.


Part-time students can learn alongside full-time ones during the day, 9am to 5pm. Evening courses are scheduled from 6pm to 9.30pm depending on the course.


The average degree studied part-time will take five years  to complete but length of study is flexible with some options running for just one or two semesters.


Options available in Computing would result in a HND qualification, while others can be taken either as part of a diploma or on their own.


“Education is for everyone, regardless of age, and it’s never too late to start,” said Sam.


For a copy of the part-time prospectus call the Marketing Department on 01522 882000.





Press Officer Sam Hendley. Tel: 01522 886042