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.


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 at the Lincoln campus - 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 Forensic Science, English, History or Journalism would result in a full degree qualification, while others such as Mastering the Internet can be taken either as part of a degree 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