View our 2012 Lifelong Learning programme
Lifelong Learning at The University of Auckland is for people like you seeking personal and professional growth and who value new ideas and new experiences.
Our Semester One programme is in full swing and if you haven’t enrolled yet and would like to, there is still a wonderful selection of courses coming up.
Our programme provides many opportunities for you to access the research activities of the University. We are pleased to be collaborating with the Centre for Brain Research to bring you a half-day seminar in May entitled Brain, Music and Language. This will be a fantastic chance to learn from two high-profile researchers and to ask questions as well.
Our focus on child development continues with two events which consider Child Health in New Zealand and The World of the Child.
We have a three-lecture series to complement Auckland Museum’s current exhibition, You Are Here: Mapping Auckland, with presenters from the University’s National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries.
With courses in a dozen languages, including Arabic, Irish, French and Spanish this programme provides great opportunities to develop your skills as a global citizen. Or if art, writing or photography is more your interest, there are weekend and evening courses to boost your creative talents.
Come and join the CCE ‘circle of learning’ where you are taught by knowledgeable and passionate tutors and have the opportunity to exchange ideas, opinions and interesting facts with your fellow students. So whether you want to follow a personal interest, learn about a specific topic or take up a new creative or intellectual pursuit, the Lifelong Learning programme is a great place to start.