The Open University (OU) engages with people across Scotland and the world.
The OU is supporting events at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2022 with authors Alan Cumming, Jack Monroe, Candice Carty-Williams, Michael Pederson and Liz Lochhead.
There is a wide range of free learning on the OU’sfree learning site OpenLearn, including a ‘Literacy & Social Justice Hub’, a ‘Race & Ethnicity Hub’, a ‘Poetry Prescription’, and the short courses ‘Start Writing Fiction’ and ‘Writing What You Know’.
At the OU in Scotland no qualifications are required for most formal OU modules and if your personal income is less than £25k, you could be eligible to study for free with a part-time fee grant.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Not My Father's Son comes a joyous and poignant book about the world of professional acting, the messiness of life and how every experience - good or bad - shapes who you are
Liz Lochhead is one of the leading poets writing in Britain today. A Memo For Spring, her debut collection, was a landmark publication. This new edition is being release to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of its publication in 1972.
From the Sunday Times bestselling author of QUEENIE comes a propulsive story of heart, humour, homecoming, and about the truest meaning of family you can get when your dad loves his jeep more than he loves his children.
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