The University of Southampton
Lifelong Learning


Evening Short Courses Starting in the next academic year 2017/2018

Visit one of the pages below for further information on our short courses.  Click on the link below to find out how to book.



Bilingualism-Multilingualism: Understanding and debunking popular myths. Don’t bilingual children ever mix their languages up? So when and how do we start teaching our children two languages?

Damned, Deviant or Devine

Damned, Deviant or Devine

Damned, deviant, divine, dependent, dying, dangerous, fools, beggars, cripples. These are just some of the words associated with disability in the past.

Introduction to Greek Theatre & Drama

Introduction to Greek Theatre & Drama I

The Theory.  This is the first part of a two-part course on Classical Greek Theatre and Drama: the first part covers the theoretical knowledge of theatre in Greek antiquity.

Tragic comic maskes

Introduction to Greek Theatre & Drama II

The Plays.  This is the second part of the Classical Greek Theatre and Drama course: the second part is a close reading of representative masterpieces of Classical Greek drama.

Latin in the landscape

Latin in the Landscape

Reading local Inscriptions. The English landscape is full of Latin: tombstones, statues, dedications of church fittings, even pub signs.

Poetry Essentials

Poetry Essentials: Writing Free Verse

In this six-week course, you will explore the craft of poetry. You will build a foundation of core skills, such as differentiating between the abstract and concrete.

Winter Garden 1929-1937

Reflective Art Practice

Reflective Art Practice: Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media and Art History: The Art of the Garden. 

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