Who are We?
Lifelong Learning, at Bangor University, provides high quality and flexible part-time educational opportunities across North Wales - from individual modules to part-time undergraduate and Masters level study.
We have centres at Bangor, Wrexham and Mold with teams working to develop stimulating and relevant lifelong learning programmes, through the medium of English and Welsh, which are delivered in communities and workplaces.
Who are Our Students?
Anyone over the age of 18 can follow our courses. Previous experience, family commitments or busy life styles should not be a barrier to studying with us.
If you are uncertain as to what you should study why not contact us? We can offer advice, guidance and if you want to experiment with learning you could follow our "Taste of Higher Education" course.
The broad range of provision we offer allows us to respond to individual, community and organisational needs with flexibility - we will try our utmost to provide what you need at the right level, in the right place and at the right time.
Where Can You Study?
We teach in locations from Porthmadog to Wrexham, from Bangor to Rhyl. Locations include community centres, libraries, schools and the work place. You may also be able to follow a course from your home computer!
What subjects do we offer?
We offer a wide range of subjects, which include Fine Art, Community Development, IT, History, Social Studies, Modern Languages, Welsh for Adults, Literature & Creative Writing, and Business & Management, many of these are all linked to your continuing professional development.
Working with Others
We work with a number of partners including local authorities, statutory and voluntary organisations and community groups across North Wales. If you as an individual, community group or other organisation feel that there is an opportunity to develop educational provision and courses in your area do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your needs.
We also operate as a portal into the University - so if we can't help directly we can probably find someone that can!
Want to know more?
Contact us at Lifelong Learning on 01248 382475 or firstname.lastname@example.org