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About OpenLearn Wales

Updated Monday, 5th August 2019
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OpenLearn Wales is of interest to anyone wishing to know more about Welsh society and culture. Find out more here.. 

Wide range of subjects, both in English and Welsh

OpenLearn Wales hub brings together a collection of free educational resources relevant to Wales. The subjects are wide ranging and include topics about Wales, and relevant to Welsh users.

Content is available in both English and Welsh. See www.open.edu/openlearncymru for the Welsh version.

OpenLearn Wales is free. There's no catch...

OpenLearn Wales does not require you to become an Open University student and does not award credits, grant degrees or provide access to services available for registered students. However, OpenLearn Wales does give you access to a wealth of excellent educational resources that you can study whenever and wherever you want.

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If you are interested in studying with The Open University, please visit www.open.ac.uk/study. For most of our undergraduate courses you don't need any formal qualifications to study with us.

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We are grateful to our partners JISC RSC Cymru and Coleg Cenedlaethol Cymraeg for their help with this website.

The IWA (Institute of Welsh Affairs) and the Welsh Governance Centre have also kindly contributed to this website content.

 

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