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Open University at Ballymena Central Library

Ballymena Central Library will be visited from representatives of the Open University. The Open University is an excellent way to gain qualifications from home.

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Here is what Open University say:

The OU was founded to open up higher education to all, regardless of their circumstances or where they live. We have students of all ages and backgrounds: school students wanting experience of university-level study, school leavers who choose to begin their careers while they study for a degree, people wanting to develop or update their skills, or change career entirely, and retired people wanting to explore new interests and keep mentally active. (Source)

Why go away to any university when a top one will come to you? Come along to Ballymena Central Library to discover why The Open University has been rated as the top university for overall student satisfaction in Northern Ireland for the past 13 years.

The event is being held on Monday 9th April from 17.00 – 20.00.

Whether you’re interested in anything from computing to psychology, an OU tutor will be on hand to answer your queries on courses and qualifications. They can also help you explore ways of financing your study.

No appointment necessary, just pop in. They are looking forward to meeting you and helping you to plot your educational future.

Ballymena Central Library is located on Pat’s Brae in Ballymena. Click here to follow them on Facebook.