The Open University is inviting local residents to find out more about their courses and qualifications at an informal drop-in event at Stornoway Public Library on Tuesday 20 May from 1pm to 4.30pm.
The event will take place in the library where OU tutors will be available to offer advice and information to prospective students on where to start, undergraduate courses available and options for financial support including the new Part-Time Fee Grant (which could cover the cost of course fees in full for anyone who has a personal income of up to £25,000 a year).
With approximately 15,000 students, The Open University is Scotland’s leading provider of part-time higher education, offering a unique and flexible approach to learning wherever you live. No previous experience is required for most courses and spaces are available to start this year.
Whether you are looking to take on a new challenge for personal fulfilment, leisure or you are looking to further your career, the OU tutor will be able to point you in the right direction.
Full details of the information event and other Open University events are available at www.open.ac.uk/events. For further information on studying with The Open University in Scotland visit www.openuniversity.co.uk or telephone 0845 300 6090.