Online Learning Initiative (OLIve) Course at UEL
Breaking down dichotomies in the narratives of women’s activism in Morocco, in Schwabenland, Lange, Onyx and Nakagawa, Women’s emancipation and civil society organisations: challenging or maintaining the status quo?
Lounasmaa, A.. 2016. Policy Press.
University of East London is offering a 10-week course for refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. The aim of the course is to introduce refugees and asylum seekers to Higher Education. The course offers an opportunity for students to find out what skills and knowledge are needed in order to apply for and succeed in HE in the UK and provides information about pathways and opportunities. The course offers modules and workshops in English language and academic writing, research skills, academic tutoring and introduction to academic discussions.
A certificate of attendance is available for all who attend the offered workshops. Please note that this is not an accredited programme and does not give students an automatic access to other UEL courses.
Dr. Aura Lounasamaa