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PICTURES: University of the Highlands and Islands Inverness has launched a series of free subject tasters


By Imogen James


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Chris O'Neil modelling for the art class. Pictures: James Mackenzie
Chris O'Neil modelling for the art class. Pictures: James Mackenzie

Running for two more weeks, the evening sessions are aimed at anyone who wants to learn something new and get a feel for what life is like as a student at UHI Inverness.

Norman Wilson giving a Phsychology lecture.
Norman Wilson giving a Phsychology lecture.

The first sessions included a variety of activities including changing a tyre, childcare, eye make up and a drawing class.

Attendees listening.
Attendees listening.

A spokeswoman for UHI Inverness said: “Now restrictions have eased, we’re keen to get back to normal.

“Our tasters have been a great opportunity to encourage people onto campus to find out more about UHI Inverness and the range of learning we offer.

Jane Ross teaching the make-up class.
Jane Ross teaching the make-up class.

“It’s also a good opportunity for us to speak to people and find out what courses they’d like to see offered.”

The final taster night will coincide with an open evening from 5-7pm on Wednesday, May 11.

Liam Macmillan putting a tyre on a wheel.
Liam Macmillan putting a tyre on a wheel.

To book a place on any of the tasters, click here.


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