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Be inspired at UCLan Postgraduate Event

18 August 2014

Rachel Atkinson

Study choices for all

Do you want to give your career a boost? Do you want to combine educational study with your work or family commitments?

If so, then an upcoming part-time and postgraduate advice event at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is for you.

Our part-time courses give you flexible study options and the financial benefits of being able to continue working as you progress. For example, you could attend UCLan for one day a week or you might be able to study online or by blended learning to fit around your other commitments. And studying part-time means you can spread the cost over a longer time.

Speak to academic staff at UCLan's Part-time and Postgraduate Advice Event, which is taking place on Wednesday 10 September between 4pm and 7pm in UCLan’s Foster Building.

Other advantages of part-time and postgraduate study are:

• your current career could be enhanced through study

• it could help you pursue a career change or help increase your job prospects

• many of our courses are accredited or endorsed by professional bodies to ensure you develop the knowledge and skills employers are looking for

• you can complete professional qualifications while you're working towards some of our degrees

Lynne Livesey, UCLan’s Pro Vice-Chancellor, said: “Part-time and postgraduate study offers a great avenue into higher education for people managing the demands of a busy family life and career. At UCLan we firmly believe everyone should have access to a university education so this special event showcases how study can be flexible to fit around your commitments.”

At UCLan’s Part-time and Postgraduate Advice Event, which is taking place on Wednesday 10 September between 4.00pm and 7.00pm in UCLan’s Foster Building, you can speak to academic staff, get advice on fees and loans and you can even sign up for a course there and then. You will also find information on our range of short courses and professional development modules.

To find out more and to register visit www.uclan.ac.uk/studyevening