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The University of Liverpool is delighted to announce the release of the first round of short courses, seminars, and workshops for the coming academic year.
All of the University’s Continuing Education opportunities are taught as live, face-to-face, online courses. In this way, particpants can enjoy all the benefits of interaction with peers and tutors, but from the comfort of their own home, with access to vital University resources to support their learning.
Courses on offer cover a wide range of subjects, including Creative Writing; Music; Science; Ancient and Modern History; Art History; Irish Studies; Astronomy; Psychology, and so much more.
Students can learn some of the world’s most widely spoken and influential languages; Arabic, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Chinese and others are on offer.
For those who are looking to be more productive in the workplace, or who are interested in striking out alone, skills courses in Business and Management and Computer Sciences are available: take on Computer Coding, Entrepreneurship, or even Neurofinance.
National Museums Liverpool will also once again be partnering with the University to present a series of fascinating free expert talks on important subjects, such as African Traditional Religions and Resistance, Ethnic Identity and Americanization during the Great War, Napoleon and the Pillaging of Egypt and Rome.
Further courses and Saturday morning workshops will also be announced in the coming weeks.