The Daytime Programme (previously known as the Learning in Later Life Programme) started in 1987 and is now one of the largest programmes of its kind in the world. Our classes are open to all older people regardless of previous educational experience and reflect our commitment to sharing the expertise of the University within the surrounding community.
Classes are offered during the day, and are aimed at older adults, who bring with them a broad range of interests and experience. Classes cover subjects and topics of particular interest to mature people, including art, computer studies, current affairs, health, languages, literature and social studies.
The 2015/16 programme is available to view online now (pdf): Learning in Later Life Programme
Alternatively try our flipbook version.
PLEASE NOTE: changes to published listings: Errata DP
We are open for enrolments from Friday 21 August 2015, by telephone 0141 548 2116 or in person at CLL Reception.
To request a printed brochure, please email: email@example.com
Please note that a copy of the brochure will automatically be sent to students who attended an LLLP class in session 2014/15, and to those who attended a class for the first time in the Summer Programme 2015. Current Learning in Later Life Students' Association (3Ls) members will also receive a copy.
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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.