There will be an Open University information desk at Lynn library on Tuesday.
From 9.30am until 5pm there will be a tutor available to answer questions about courses and learning. No appointments are necessary.
The OU is offering people who are thinking of studying the opportunity to be inspired by talking to tutors directly and ask any questions they may have about studying.
The event will be of most interest to those who have not studied with the OU before.
It will provide an opportunity to find out more about the almost 200 qualifications that the OU offers and what is availabk in West Norfolk.
Hundreds of people in West Norfolk are already studying with the OU.
Some study to improve careers, others to make up for lost educational opportunities and others simply to strtech the mind. The short Access Module Certificate courses, for example, are ideal for those who have few formal qualifications or who have not studied for some time.
The OU is the UK’s largest university, with the vast majority of teaching being done as distance learning, with degree courses often part-time over five or six years.
Call 0300 3035303 or visit www.open.ac.uk for more information..