4 courses

Film Theory and Appreciation

This is a popular yearlong course that consists of three distinct parts covering key films from Europe, Asia and America/Hollywood. Each term has a different theme: Including CinEuropa, World Cinema, and American Indiewood (Independent Cinema).

In this course, we will compare and contrast two films per week which students are invited to watch prior to class (available to stream/rent for viewing on YouTube and other platforms).
All sessions will start with a socio-historical contextualization of these films, their countries, directors and stars (in a brief Power Point lecture...

18/04/2024 - Thu (19:00-21:00) - Parkshot Campus, Richmond - 12 weeks - £226 - C02297-232403

Humanities Access to HE OCNLR - Level 3 (Law, History and Literature)

Access courses are designed to enable people aged 19+ to gain a qualification which is accepted by universities as an alternative to A Levels. Access courses are delivered over one year as opposed to the two years required for A Levels. An access course is therefore ideal for anyone who left school without formal qualifications, or for people who wish to change career without having to do two years of A levels.

Access to Humanities combines the three main subject areas of History, English Literature and Law plus various communication and study skills modules. Successful completion...

24/09/2024 - Tue, Wed (10:00-17:00) - Parkshot Campus, Richmond - 34 weeks - £3,227/FREE - L00003-242501

Introducing Sociology (Hillcroft Campus, Surbiton)

In this introduction we will learn about the ideas that underpin sociology as a discipline and how sociologists study human groups, institutions, and social life in modern societies. This will include the study of social institutions and systems such as the family, the educational system, and economic systems that form a society?s social structure.

16/04/2024 - Tue (19:00-21:00) - Hillcroft Campus, Surbiton - 10 weeks - £185 - C03125-232401

Latin and Roman Civilisation - Introduction

Join our Saturday classics class. This course will introduce you to the language and culture of Ancient Rome. After a gentle introduction to the Latin language, you will use excerpts from famous authors to discuss the Roman and its lasting influence on the modern world. You will also discuss the many Latin roots in the English vocabulary.

27/04/2024 - Sat (11:00-13:00) - Parkshot Campus, Richmond - 10 weeks - £175 - C03068-232403