Undergraduate Diploma in Creative Writing
Providing two years of intensive part-time study and more than 200 contact hours, this cross-genre programme offers significant opportunities for...more
Celebrating 20 years of High-Speed Digital Engineering and EMC at the University of Oxford
Dr Howard Johnson returns to Oxford in June 2013 for the 20th and final time to deliver his world-renowned high-speed digital engineering courses...more
Pompeii and the Cities of the Roman World
Pompeii, preserved by the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79, acts as a window into the past: how people lived, their shops, houses, gardens, markets;...more
Management Skills for Engineers, Scientists and Staff in Hi-Tech Companies
These one-day intensive business and management skills courses have been developed by representatives from industry together with academics from the...more
Free lecture: 'People power or pester power? Multiple sclerosis, YouTube, and the liberation procedure'
Braden O'Neil's presentation will be repeated on Thursday 16 May 2013, due to the popularity of his...more
Free Public Lecture: Learning and Work in Medieval England
Join us 23rd May at Rewley House for a free public lecture, given as part of national Adult...more
Posthumous award accepted by student's daughter
On the evening of Wednesday 27 March 2013, Oriane Cannac attended the Continuing Education...more
Swift Conservation in Oxfordshire
Dr Jocelyne Hughes is working with support from the Cherwell District Council Swift Project to...more
Free Public Lecture: Join us!
Did medieval people go on learning through their adult life? If so, what kind of things did they learn about, who taught them, and how was it done? These are the issues that will be explored in this public lecture, 'Learning and Work in Medieval England', given 23rd May, 5.45 pm at Rewley House by Medieval historian Dr Elizabeth Gemmill as part of Adult Learners' Week. More...
Join us for an open evening - it's a great chance to learn more about our award programmes in History of Art, Archaeology and more. Meet course directors and have your questions answered. Read more.
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