The Centre for Lifelong Learning offers an exciting range of postgraduate distance learning courses, as well as options for local learners who are looking for an accredited course or to study for pleasure.
2021/22 Programme Update
Lifelong Learning staff remain working from home, and we do not yet have a firm date to return to the office. Our courses will continue to be taught online via Zoom for the spring term, through a combination of short lectures and class discussions. Please note: taught sessions are not usually recorded to ensure that we maintain a real-time teaching experience wherever possible.
We have now released the details for our Accredited Modules, Learning for Pleasure Courses, and our Saturday Courses for the spring term which will start from January. All spring term course information is available online through this website, and we would encourage you to register at your earliest convenience as many courses sold out quickly in 2020/21.
Students signing up to work towards a Certficate of Higher Education should bear in mind that for future terms they may need to attend courses in York, in person.
Again, we thank all our learners for their support during these challenging times, and we will continue to keep you updated about the programme over the course of the current academic year.
We are unable to produce and distribute a paper brochure for the current academic year - details about our courses are now online via this website.
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Wednesday 27 January 2021
John, who teaches medieval and local history at the Centre for Lifelong Learning, features on The Medieval Podcast alongside host Danièle Cybulskie.
Tuesday 12 February 2019
Two students from the Centre for Lifelong Learning's Postgraduate Diploma in The Geology of Yorkshire & Northern England have recently had articles published in Issue 56 of Deposits Magazine.
Wednesday 30 January 2019
Centre for Lifelong Learning's Dr Emma Wells, appointed Assistant Editor of Journal of Church Archaeology.
Whilst every effort is made to avoid changes to the programme, details may be altered without notice at any time. The Centre for Lifelong Learning reserves the right to withdraw or amend any part of its programme without prior notice. The Centre operates within the Old complaints procedure of the University as a whole.