Be enlightened after dark

03 April 2012

Observing the night sky, tweenies, the swinging sixties, media ethics and a whole lot more are on offer in UC's term two Community Education night class programme.

Observing the night sky, tweenies, the swinging sixties, media ethics and a whole lot more are on offer in UC’s term two Community Education night class programme.

Enrolments are now open and can be made using a credit card either online at www.communityed.canterbury.ac.nz or over the phone at 0800 827748. 

Other term two courses include Languages, Understanding Financial Statements, Scottish History, Literature of The Edwardian Era and Sustainability in the New World.

To see the term two Community Education programme go to www.communityed.canterbury.ac.nz. Enrolments for the first courses of the new term close on 19 April.

For more information please contact:
communications@canterbury.ac.nz

Or:
communityeducation@canterbury.ac.nz

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