Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Lifelong Learning Dundee is an independent, not-for-profit organisation developed by former students and tutors of the long-running continuing education classes at the University of Dundee.
For many years the University of Dundee offered classes for the general public, most recently in its ‘Courses for Adults’ programme.
Earlier this year the University replaced these with credit-bearing assessed courses. As a result, Lifelong Learning Dundee was formed to continue the highly valued general interest classes on the campus.
Having been involved in contacting the University Principal when the university changed provision to credit-bearing courses to ensure that general interest classes continued, I am delighted to see Lifelong Learning Dundee being formed and continuing the excellent tradition of general interest education classes at the university.
You can read more about the courses that are available here.