Courses starting in April
Imperial College has an enviable reputation as one of the world's leading universities for science, technology and medicine. But did you know Imperial College is also one of London's leading centres for adult education evening and daytime classes?
Whether you want to learn a language, develop your skills in art, photography or creative writing, or discover fascinating ideas in history, science and philosophy, you will find a range of courses at Imperial College that will educate, inform and even entertain you.
Our adult education evening and daytime class programmes are open to all, so you do not need any previous experience or qualifications in a subject to join in, and it's a great way to meet people and make new friends.
And perhaps most important of all, this being Imperial College you will find our tutors are friendly, welcoming and real experts in their subject areas.
Course Information for January
Arts and Humanities Courses
At Imperial College we offer an exciting and rewarding range evening and lunchtime learning classes in the arts and humanities. Many of these are offered in collaboration with partners, such as the Blythe Centre for Music and Art at Imperial, and they are taught by engaging experts in the subjects.
• Painting and drawing
• Creative writing
• Music appreciation
• Art history
• Spellbound - a history of magic
• Nineteenth and twentieth-century history
• History of design
• Philosophy and psychology
and many more
We have lots of language courses to choose from, with levels from complete beginners to the more advanced. Our tutors offer expert guidance to help you develop a real understanding of the language you are studying and the culture behind it.
Languages available include:
• Brazilian Portuguese
• British Sign Language
• English Conversation
• Mandarin Chinese
Science and Social Science Courses
Imperial College is one of the world's greatest centres for teaching and research into science, medicine and technology. On our evening class programme you can discover and enjoy some of
the fruits of this research, with courses examining everything from human biology to music technology, and the fascinating connections between science and science fiction.
• An Introduction to Science
• Connecting Art, Design and Science
• History of Design
• School Science for Parents
• Science Fiction in Art, Literature and Film
• The Brain - Psychiatry and Psychology
• The Human Body - In Sickness and in Health
and many more