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Learning is a lifelong process, developing knowledge and skills via education, training, work and general life experiences.
We have adopted the broad concept where education and training is flexible and diverse and available at different times and places.
Identifying gaps in knowledge and skills is an essential step for people of all ages and SRUC can help you to achieve your goals by providing alternative ways of accessing information.
Some of our academic courses are available on-line, supported by tutorials and study weekends, giving you control over when and where you study.
Other learners join campus-based students, to study individual subjects (modules) on a part-time basis.
Short courses in both academic and non-academic subjects also give you the opportunity to further your exisiting knowledge or try something new.
All these ways to learn are designed to enable you to study either for general interest, to build up modules which lead to a recognised award or for continued professional development.
Find out more about studying part-time and how it can be flexible with your life commitments.
Read about student experiences of studying part time, and what they have gone on to achieve.
See which courses are available that can be studied from your home or workplace.
Come and visit us and find out more about the courses that interest you.
All you need to know about financing your studies.
Make an application for the course of your choice today.
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