Wales: Land, Literature, History, Learning
11 December 2018
Learn more about Wales in 2019 with a selection of part-time courses for adults designed to inform and inspire you. Courses take place once a week (over 10 weeks) in central Cardiff, titles include:
- Exploring Welsh Landscapes (starting 23/01/19)
- Cardiff Fictions (starting 23/01/19)
- Introduction to the Urban History of South Wales (starting 22/01/19)
- Turning Points in Welsh History (starting 30/04/19)
- The Political System in Wales (starting 31/01/19)
Additional courses are available. Find out more information and enrol by visiting www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn or call us for a copy of our prospectus on 029 2087 0000. We encourage students to enrol before the course start date to secure their place. There is a free car park for students enrolled on our courses to attend their lessons.
We are also providing FREE public lectures which will be of interest to local residents:
- The Women’s Suffrage Movement in Cardiff (23/01/19)
- Executed on Cardiff Heath: Judge Hardinge, two martyrs, and the Merthyr Riots of 1800 (15/05/19)
- The Faint Echo of Voices from Below: Hearing patient practice through the writings of patients in Glamorgan Lunatic Asylum, 1864-1914. (12/06/19)
There is no need to register for the lectures, just turn up on the night. Lectures start at 19.15.
Continuing and Professional Education, 21-23 Senghennydd Road, Cardiff CF24 4AG
www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn 029 2087 0000