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History

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Controversies and problems: the Conquest to the Reformation

Kent's new postgraduate-level courses at its Tonbridge Centre are designed for anyone with the passion and motivation to deveolop their knowledge at an advanced level. These courses do not award academic credits: they can be studied for pleasure, or as preparation and an indication of your suitability for applying for a full-qualification programme. 

 
Tuesdays 7, 14, 21, 28 November
10.30am – 12.30pm
 
Using four very different but key events in English medieval society: the Conquest, the Murder and Translation of St Thomas, the Peasants’ Revolt and the Henrician Reformation, this course allows students to investigate controversies of interpretation within the historiography. Through guided reading of selected primary sources students will learn postgraduate level research skills. 

 

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4 week course
07/11/201728/11/2017£135.00[Read More]

Art History

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Looking at Modern and Contemporary Art and Art History

Kent's new postgraduate-level courses at its Tonbridge Centre are designed for anyone with the passion and motivation to deveolop their knowledge at an advanced level. These courses do not award academic credits: they can be studied for pleasure, or as preparation and an indication of your suitability for applying for a full-qualification programme. 

 
6 weeks
Wednesdays 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 November; 6 December
11am – 1pm
 
Explore and discuss modern and contemporary art and art historical developments from the 1850s – 1990s.  The course will consider some of the social, cultural and political conditions in which art was created, exhibited, and collected in conjunction with the fast moving technological changes of western modernity.

 

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6 week course
01/11/201706/12/2017£200.00[Read More]

Creative Writing

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Writing Life: How to draw inspiration from the world around you to craft great stories

Kent's new postgraduate-level courses at its Tonbridge Centre are designed for anyone with the passion and motivation to deveolop their knowledge at an advanced level. These courses do not award academic credits: they can be studied for pleasure, or as preparation and an indication of your suitability for applying for a full-qualification programme. 
 
Two Saturdays:    14 October and 11 November
10am – 4pm
 
Whatever you draw inspiration from, whether the natural world or family history, this short course will encourage you to take control of your own work and write exciting, contemporary material.
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2 full-days course
14/10/201711/11/2017£170.00[Read More]

Literature

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African American Writing after 1960: from Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter

Kent's new postgraduate-level courses at its Tonbridge Centre are designed for anyone with the passion and motivation to deveolop their knowledge at an advanced level. These courses do not award academic credits: they can be studied for pleasure, or as preparation and an indication of your suitability for applying for a full-qualification programme. 

 
Wednesdays 1, 8, 15 and 22 November
10.30am – 12.30pm
 
Experimental, tumultuous, revolutionary. This course will consider how African-American identity has been shaped in the late 20th century. Reading both fiction and poetry, we will unpack how ideas of blackness have been constructed through literature.

 

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4 week course
01/11/201722/11/2017£135.00[Read More]

Psychology

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Applying Psychology in the 21st Century Workplace and Beyond

Kent's new postgraduate-level courses at its Tonbridge Centre are designed for anyone with the passion and motivation to deveolop their knowledge at an advanced level. These courses do not award academic credits: they can be studied for pleasure, or as preparation and an indication of your suitability for applying for a full-qualification programme. 

 
This course is offered twice:
• over four Fridays:  3, 10, 17, 24 November from 10.30am - 12.30pm
or
• over two Saturdays: 4 and 18 November from 10.30-12.30 and 1-3pm
 
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The world, and increasingly, the workplace, revolves around people. This short course in Organisational Psychology is for anyone from any background with an interest in how people work, coupled with a desire to improve organisations and the working lives of the employees who inhabit them. 

 

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4 week course, Fridays
03/11/201724/11/2017£175.00[Read More]
2 week course, Saturdays
04/11/201718/11/2017£175.00[Read More]

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