Queens’s University is offering people the chance to see the ‘Hidden Belfast’ as part of the new Open Learning programme.
The walking tours, which offer an insight into the city’s heritage, are just some of the 300 courses on offer in this year’s programme. Also in the new programme are courses which examine the legacy of World War One as centenary commemorations continue. These include: Gott Strafe England: Understanding the Central Powers, 1914-1918 and Technowar: Technology and World War I.
For those looking to indulge their more creative side there are courses in creative writing, music and visual arts including: Exploring Creativity with the Five Senses and Sewing Bee. Cathal McManus, Open Learning course director, said: “We are excited to launch the new Open Learning programme at Queen’s. The Open Learning courses give people the opportunity to try their hand at something new at a time that suits them.”