Timetable for 2021-2022

In preparation for Early Bird registration which will begin in March, we're publishing our timetable for the courses on offer for the next academic year.

So many cool things that are new, like geometry and astronomy, a new course about Homer with our resident classicist, an anatomy and physiology, and a second art appreciation for those who are wanting to delve more into art history later, or even hone their observational skills for science and medicine in the future.

Over the next few weeks, we'll be writing up the course descriptions for these new offerings, but there are still plenty of explanations for the courses we're repeating from this year (see the "Course Descriptions" page), and if you go to our video page, you can watch the tutor interviews we did in 2019, before COVID hit and stopped us from updating them this past year!

If you want to see the timetable that we are running currently with our students for 2020-2021, see the link here: Timetable 2020-2021.

NOTE: The times that are listed below show when the course is running using Central Standard and UK time to help people compare against the time zone where they live, so if you see that it starts at 9 am Central Time, that is exactly the same course in the UK that, for their time zone, is 3 pm. In other words, there are not two class times.




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  1. Courses look great and daughter is already deciding what she would like to do - just a small point, renaissance literature's add on finishes before it starts English time - I know the course involves travelling back in time but ...

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  2. I was just seeing if anyone was paying attention! Haha! (Truthfully, I've fixed it now).

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