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Learn new skills, explore your interests or move your career forward with our On-demand Language and Culture courses.
Explore the rich history, art and philosophy of Scotland and its people. Access rare archive treasures and award-winning online teaching, with this flexible online Masters.
Study religion and disability online with experts in Disability Theology. Join our renowned department of Divinity and Religious Studies for a flexible programme of courses that’s ideal CPD for faith leaders.
Ethnography is a fascinating way to study people and cultures. Learn the methods ethnographers use to research, analyse and help us understand cultures around the world.
Gain the skills you need to conduct research in archives and library collections at graduate level, anywhere in the world.
Join our online digital skills course for museum professionals. Build your digital expertise and learn to cultivate digitally confident museum, heritage and cultural spaces.
Join our online beginners’ Gaelic language course. It’s for anyone in a customer-facing role who’d like to learn Gaelic language skills for the workplace.
Join our second online Gaelic course for businesses and public bodies. It’s a flexible online course for anyone who has some basic Gaelic language skills.
Deepen your knowledge of the unique history, landscape, culture and economy of north-east Scotland. Use this course to train as a tourist guide.
Explore the rich history of Scotland over a thousand years. Delve into the past with an online course led by award-winning academics and researchers.
Engage with the visual history of Scotland across a period of 150 years. Examine Scottish art, how it evolved, what makes it Scottish, and what it has to say about Scotland in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Explore the stories of the men, women and children who left Scotland’s shores for a new life overseas. Study part-time online with expert academics and researchers.
In 2021 we celebrate 250 years of Scotland’s greatest storyteller. Help us mark this anniversary and discover the work, writing practices and legacy of Sir Walter Scott, one of Scotland’s most loved and enduring literary legends, with our free online course.