Postgraduate-level taster courses
Specially designed for the University Centre Tonbridge
If you are considering postgraduate study but are unsure if this is the right choice for you, we offer a specially designed postgraduate-level programme of short courses at the Tonbridge Centre. There are no formal entry requirements for these courses and they offer a perfect opportunity to try out studying at postgraduate level: academic credits are not awarded but it can be indicative of your suitability for considering further study of this level or applying for a postgraduate qualification programme.
The following courses are available in the Spring 2017 term. View the booklet here.
History and the influence of ideas: Renaissance to Enlightenment
Elizabeth Edwards PhD
4 weeks 28 March; 4, 11, 25 April.
Tuesdays 10.30am - 12.30pm
Course fee: £125
Tall, Dark and Fictional: Byron and the Brontës
Professor James Soderholm Ph.D. British Literature
4 weeks 1, 8, 15, 22 March
Wednesdays 10.30am - 12.30pm
Course fee: £125
Fiction Writing at Postgraduate Level: more than one way to tell a story
Vinita Joseph PhD
This course is offered twice:
Mondays on 13, 27 March; 10, 24 April.
Wednesdays on 15, 29 March; 12, 26 April.
10.30am – 1.30pm
Course fee: £185
There are no formal entry requirements for these short courses. If you are considering your suitability for progression to a postgraduate qualification programme, entry requirements will differ by subject, but usually require a first or upper-second class honours degree in a relevant subject.
For more information about the postgraduate-level programmes and taster courses please contact:
T: 01732 352316