We offer a wide range of part-time courses throughout the year in twelve different subject areas.
Search our course catalogue to see our current offerings and to book and pay online.
From the archaeology of Scotland to the archaeology of North America, the Archaeology section offers courses on a wide range of periods and subjects.
Through our courses, you will discover that art is as much to be learned about as learned from, making use of our expert tutors and the world-class art collections throughout Edinburgh.
The Creative Writing section offers courses on many different forms of writing including poetry, fiction and non-fiction, creative memoir and short story writing.
This year's courses offer you the chance to study many aspects of film and culture, develop your screenwriting skills and learn about film journalism.
Taking in the major periods and events in World and Scottish History, our History courses offer a chance to examine the past through a variety of approaches.
From Booker Prize winning novels to Graphic Novels, this section gives you the opportunity to expand your reading and discuss a wide range of texts with our knowledgeable tutors.
Exploring the music from around the world including opera, jazz, and choral works. These are only some of the topics covered in this year's Music section.
A range of courses designed to empower and enable you to take control of your life and achieve your educational, vocational, or personal goals.
An exploration of the various ways in which mankind has sought to answer fundamental questions concerning the ultimate nature of reality and the meaning of human existence.
A comprehensive range of courses covering the study of psychology in general as well as offering more specialised introductions to the various fields of psychological research.
The Science and Nature section offers introductory courses on a wide range of topics including marine biology, forensic medicine and science, geology and physics.
These courses invite you to look beneath surface appearances in order to better understand the social and political issues that affect us on a personal, national, and global scale.
This article was published on Apr 24, 2013