5th September 2006




If you’d like to learn a new language or study for a degree part-time the University of Lincoln is holding an open day on Thursday 7th September for anyone interested in finding out more about the courses on offer.


The open day is being held in the university’s main academic building on the Brayford Pool Campus from 2pm to 7pm and is aimed at potential full-time and part-time postgraduate and part-time undergraduate students.


Senior Recruitment Officer Rebecca Coulton said: “The day will be an informal event designed to help you make an informed decision about studying at the University of Lincoln.


“You will be able to find out more about the university, its faculties, departments, facilities, entry requirements, funding and careers advice as well as ask questions personally.”


In addition to many of the part-time undergraduate degrees on offer including Architecture, Criminology, Fashion Studies and Law there is also a wide range of short courses available.


Among these are 12-week courses in French, German and Spanish at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.


Languages Co-ordinator Andrew Daglish at the university’s Language Centre said the courses are open to people of all ages and abilities: “Even if you are not currently studying at the University of Lincoln for a degree, or are not looking to start a new career, a short course can give you a great new hobby.”


For further information about the open day please visit www.lincoln.ac.uk or contact Rebecca Coulton on 01522 886223 or email rcoulton@lincoln.ac.uk.


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(01522) 886244 kstrawson@lincoln.ac.uk

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