13th August 2001
NEW COURSES ON OFFER AT GROWING UNIVERSITY
Four brand new courses are to be launched in Lincoln next month covering a wide range of subjects from business and tourism to nursing and citizenship.
Courses are aimed at undergraduates, postgraduates and those already working in industry who wish to enrol in September.
A new four-year sandwich course which includes a one-year business placement will run in Lincoln for the first time. The course gives students a sound business background from which to launch their careers. For further information contact Lucy Kent on 01522 886162.
The Lincolnshire Institute for Health is to run a unique ENB-accredited work-based learning degree for those who wish to be senior practitioners in occupational health. For further information contact senior lecturer Ann Seymour on 01522 886170.
An internationally recognised course which has helped successful candidates secure jobs in the travel industry including business travel and airline marketing is to run in Lincoln. For further information contact John Audis on 01522 886395.
Teachers required to teach citizenship will be able to study an MA in the subject from September. The course is of particular benefit to PHSE teachers and citizenship and is to be delivered at times suitable to the needs of the profession. For further information contact Jane Charlesworth on 01522 886477.
“This year marks the university’s fifth anniversary in Lincoln and five years on we are continuing to develop our wide range of professional courses,” commented university spokesman Caroline Hardiman.
Those who wish to enrol on degree programmes at ULH at the last minute need to apply through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Telephone 01242 227788 and ask for a clearing entry form.
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For more information contact: Jez Ashberry,
University of Lincolnshire & Humberside
Tel: 01522 886042
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