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Introduction to University Of Cambridge Institute Of Continuing Education

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The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) offers part-time and short courses for adults of all ages.

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What happens when we die? While in today’s world death is often seen as the end of the human journey, many exciting things happen after people die. This course examines the diversity of the afterlife and...more

Duration: 1 day

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Certificate of Attendance

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College of Management Science
(5.0)
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This distance learning programme teaches the paradigms, site preparation, how to find things, contexts, making records, processing finds, stone building, wooden buildings, pits, ditches and banks, burials...more

Duration: Variable

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Oxford Learning College
(4.0)
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Brilliant for A Levels

I completed 3 a levels with Oxford learning. The materials were excellent and t...more

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This Quality Assured Level 3 Diploma in the Archaeology of Roman Britain is designed for those wishing to develop their knowledge of the history and archaeology of Roman Britain, whether out of personal...more

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