Victoria University Continuing Education

Victoria University Continuing Education
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We now have courses in Levin

Ancient Wonders: The pyramids of Egypt, Peeling Away the Layers: Exploring Environmental History, The Bottom Billion: Can we end world poverty?, The Painters of Modern Life: Impressionism and the birth of modern Paris, What Does it Mean to be a New Zealander? Photography workshops and more... More >>

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Crime the World Over: Exploring international TV crime series

In the past 20 years, television crime series from Sweden, Italy and France have challenged the American and British domination in the genre. . This course focuses on four successful television series, highlighting their stylistic peculiarity and different settings... starts Thursday 4 August >>

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Enduring Fictions: The greatest books you've never read

Have you ever wondered why some works are considered to be enduring classics of world literature? Or have you started to read a well-known and ground-breaking work and wondered if you’d missed the point? In this course, you'll discuss exactly why some works are just that – world classics... starts Thursday 1 September>>

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New Zealand and the Vietnam War

The Vietnam War remains New Zealand’s most controversial conflict experience. Fifty years on, what is the significance of a war that humbled a superpower and politicised a generation of young people around the world? Starts Tuesday 23 August>>

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Free lectures and seminars
There are lots of opportunities to broaden your mind at Victoria. Find out about free public educational events here.

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