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Upcoming courses and events

The Centre for Lifelong Learning runs a wide programme of courses and events throughout the year. Please see below for a full list of our upcoming accredited, non-accredited and Saturday courses, as well as our free lectures.

Coming Soon!

Sat
21
May

York Minster’s Fourteenth-Century Glass

A full-day history and heritage course (The King's Manor, Classroom-based)

Sat
28
May

Writing about Art

A half-day creative writing course (University of York Campus, Classroom-based)

Sat
28
May

Reimagining Antiquity in the English Country House

A half-day online history and heritage course

Sat
28
May

Fear and Fascination: Vampires in Literature

A 2 week online literature course

Sat
4
Jun

Dickensian York

A full-day history and heritage course (The King's Manor, University of York, Classroom-based)

Sat
4
Jun

Literary Theory Against Ecocide

A 2 week online literature course

Sat
4
Jun

Extinction

A full-day philosophy course (University of York Campus, Classroom-based)

Sat
11
Jun

Crossing the Line

A half-day online creative writing course.

Sat
11
Jun

King Harold: The Last Anglo-Saxon King

A full-day history and heritage course (University of York Campus, Classroom-based)

Sat
18
Jun

How to Take Control of Your Novel

A half-day online creative writing course.

Sat
18
Jun

The 21st Century European Refugee and Migrant Crisis through Art, Photography and Exhibitions

A full-day history of art (University of York Campus, Classroom-based)

Sat
18
Jun

An Introduction to Electromagnetism

A full-day science and earth science course (University of York Campus, Classroom-based)

Sat
18
Jun

York’s Medieval City Walls

A half-day online history and heritage course

Sat
18
Jun

Exploring TS Eliot’s Ash Wednesday

A half-day literature course (University of York Campus, Classroom-based)

Sat
25
Jun

Writing the Wild: Nature Writing

A full-day creative writing course (University of York Campus, Classroom-based)

Sat
25
Jun

Blood Feud: The Deadly Struggle to Control York

A full-day history and heritage course (The King's Manor, University of York, Classroom-based)