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2+2 +1

We are proud to announce that we have added a fourth college to our 2+2 degree pathway. You can now take the first two years of your 4-year undergraduate degree with the 2+2 route at Warwickshire College Group's Leamington Spa campus.
If you don't have formal qualifications and wish to study locally for a university degree, this pathway is for you. For more about the 2+2 degree and the colleges you can study at, visit our 2 + 2 pages.

Tue 14 Jul 2015, 13:06 | Tags: CLL Undergraduate video

CLL alumnus TEDx talk

Krishan Anand who studied the World Politics Certificate with us at the Centre for Lifelong Learning last year has put together a great TEDx talk on his personal experiences in the troubled region of Kashmir where he was born and raised. From an early age, Krishan has dedicated his life and all his efforts towards the concept of making borders irrelevant, with an emphasis on the India-Pakistan issue.

Mon 22 Jun 2015, 16:59 | Tags: CLL Certificates talk video

Watch video about new FE teaching course

Watch our new video of Ellen Buttler, Course Director of our Initial Teacher Training (Further Education and Skills Sector) programme, talking about our brand new Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning (FE and Skills). If you're looking to get into teaching in further education and skills settings such as FE colleges, sixth forms, adult learning, prisons or work-based settings, this is the course for you.

Fri 01 May 2015, 15:08 | Tags: Initial Teacher Training postgraduate video

MA Social Work video

Associate Professor of the Social Work Group, Dr Christine Harrison, has put together a video introduction to the MA in Social Work for people interested in studying the course. Have a look at the video on the MA Social Work page to find out more about what the course involves, including how it prepares you for a career in Social Work, what funding is available and how to apply.

Videos for new Postgraduate Awards

If you are interested in one of our new, 10-week Postgraduate Awards, we have a number of videos up of the course tutors introducing their Awards.

Dr. Angela Jianu discusses The Body, Health and Fashion in Nineteenth-Century Europe,
Scott Revers offers some insight into what Evolution and Revolution will involve,
Sally Tissington introduces her new course, The Reflective Writer,
Nazia Hussein talks about what students will learn on Theories and Practices of Gender and Difference
and Sara Hattersley discusses the content of Transforming Technologies: Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age.

Mon 09 Feb 2015, 15:38 | Tags: postgraduate video