Continuing professional development
The History department at Keele has a long tradition of continuing education. As well as teaching many enthusiastic and brilliant people about the local history of Staffordshire and surrounding area, we also offer courses on the methods and practice of local history study, as well as key skills such as document reading and analysis, and short courses on topical subjects that regularly attract students from overseas. Of particular note are our Certificate in Local History, and the long-running Latin and Palaeography Summer School. Keep an eye out for upcoming courses!
Continuing eduction in History takes place within a wider portfolio of adult education opportunities in the School of Humanities, the more history-orientated of which are also listed below. Details of the full range can be found here.
THE 44th KEELE ONLINE LATIN AND PALAEOGRAPHY SUMMER SCHOOL
MONDAY 2ND - FRIDAY 6TH AUGUST 2021
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic this year’s school is taking place online, but it will maintain much of its usual structure. The school is taught in several small groups, but these are not in sessions at which students just listen to tutors and make notes.
For more information, please click here to see our school brochure.
Please note that the 'Treasure Trove of Documents' course is now full and we cannot take any further bookings for it.
To book, please go to our online shop
If you have any queries, please contact the summer school director, Andrew Sargent, at: firstname.lastname@example.org