2nd July 2009, 10:56am
New range of evening classes launched at Lincoln
University of Lincoln Part-time Prospectus A new range of part-time evening classes is being launched at the University of Lincoln this autumn to offer more people the chance to experience higher education.

An exciting programme of flexible evening study will get underway in September 2009 at the University’s Brayford campus.

Courses have been designed for people whose circumstances, such as family or work commitments, would not normally allow them to consider higher education.

Learners can tailor their timetable to suit their own circumstances and have the choice to work towards a range of formal university qualifications, from a certificate or diploma through to a full undergraduate degree or postgraduate MA.

Modules are available in a variety of subjects, including Law, English, History and Politics.

Each student will receive the same high calibre of tuition and support as the University’s full-time undergraduates – with access to the University library and other state-of-the-art learning resources.

Classes will take place on the University’s Brayford campus on weekday evenings between 6-9pm – making them more convenient for working people or busy parents.

Dr Howard Stevenson, Programme Coordinator at the University of Lincoln, said: “Many universities, including Lincoln, offer undergraduate courses on a part-time basis but what is distinctive about this programme is that classes take place in the evening. It is particularly suited to people who want to combine study with work or caring responsibilities. The entry requirements are flexible so applications from people with non-traditional qualifications, including people with work experiences they can draw upon, would be considered very positively.”

For more information on flexible learning opportunities at the University of Lincoln, contact the Enquiries Team on (01522) 886644 or email enquiries@lincoln.ac.uk.
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