The Adult Learning Programme, here at the Centre for Lifelong Learning, acknowledges the University's mission of making learning "open to all who may benefit from it" and in so doing maintains its tradition of making available to the public an interesting and stimulating selection of study opportunities.
The Evening and Weekend Programme offers a varied portfolio of classes, which gives the people of Greater Glasgow and the surrounding areas access to university-level education.
The 2015/16 programme is available to view online now (pdf): Evening and Weekend Programme
Alternatively try our flipbook version.
PLEASE NOTE: changes to published listings: Errata EWP
We are open for enrolments from Friday 21 August 2015, by telephone 0141 548 2116 or in person at CLL Reception.
The full programme is only available to view online.
Please note that an information flyer about the programme will automatically be sent to students who attended an EWP class in session 2014/15, and to those who attended a class for the first time in the Summer Programme 2015.
ILAs – Latest News!
The Centre can no longer offer students the option of paying class fees up-front and then retrospectively using an ILA. ILAs must be active i.e. the Learner Year underway, before we can enrol students, who wish to use this means of funding, for a class. Payments made in full cannot be reimbursed.
The Objectives of the Programme Are:
* To encourage the intellectual growth of adult learners.
* To link University provision to the wider community.
* To provide learning opportunities for those who seek
* To provide an environment in which curiosity can be
satisfied and skills can be mastered.
Our Classes Have:
* Open entry, no qualifications necessary.
* Liberal teaching and learning methods.
* The opportunity to accumulate credit,
enabling progression to undergraduate study.
Enjoyable and Worthwhile
The exciting Strathclyde combination of an interesting subject, an excellent tutor and a supportive group of fellow students makes the experience of learning enjoyable and worthwhile.
So, if you want to learn a language, improve your computer skills, harness your creativity as a writer, artist or actor, these courses offer ample opportunity. Or if you simply want to know more about philosophy, art history, wine appreciation - or any one of a host of other subjects - there is plenty to choose from.
Open to all, the diverse programme provides a wide choice to inform and entertain. Credits can be accumulated towards a University of Strathclyde Open Studies Certificate.
see: Useful Information: Studying for Credit.