Never too late to change your life.
T'S never too late to return to learning!
IRosemary Evans, a community development worker at Golygfa Gwydyr (Llanrwst), graduated from Bangor University with a MA in Community Development in 2013.
Studying part-time with the School of Lifelong Learning allowed Rosie the flexibility to learn while working.
Completing the MA has helped Rosie develop her skills in her current role.
During her time at Bangor University, Rosie's best memories include "inspiring lectures and the interesting field study trips."
She has found that the experience has helped her in her current job, and is delighted that the "contact and support from my lecturer is continuing after my studies".
The MA in Community Development bring together staff from a range of disciplines, including sociology, social policy, economics, philosophy, education and environmental sciences.
The university also bring in practitioner tutors from across the region, all Associate Lecturers in the School of Lifelong Learning.
Also this July, local mother-ofthree, Carol Mead will be basking in success when she graduates from Bangor University with a degree in English Literature and Creative Writing.
Carol had to overcome many obstacles while studying part-time with the School of Lifelong Learning.
She said: "Working full-time was difficult at times but the support I received from the School of Lifelong Learning helped me achieve my goal."
Carol hopes to continue her studies in the future and proceed onto a postgraduate course.
If you are looking for a change in career, to develop your career or simply want to try something new, Bangor University's part-time options are the first step towards your goal.
The School of Lifelong Learning offers a wide range of flexible options and courses to suit any prospective student. These include: Community development; women's studies; history; archaeology; theology; sociology; philosophy and politics; psychology, modern languages, European cultural studies as well as business and management.
You can work toward a certificate, degree or postgraduate award - or you can choose a module to develop your skills in a particular area or for personal interest.
The School of Lifelong Learning will support you every step of the way. Visit www.bangor.ac.uk to find out more.
Rosie Evans graduated from .Bangor University with a MA in Community Development
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)|
|Date:||Jun 11, 2015|
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