Welcome to MANCENT.

The Manchester Continuing Education Network (MANCENT), is a loose network of independent lecturers and students with a firm belief that Continuing Education at a high level should be available to all who want it.

It tries to match interested students with highly qualified and experienced Continuing Education and University lecturers in the Arts and Sciences.

 How it works:

MANCENT operates as a loose network allowing independent self-employed lecturers to choose their own fees and venues, while offering students the convenience of a one-stop shop when looking for courses in their field of interest, by offering a joint listing of all events.

Our Spring 2018 (Jan-March) programme is now online. We will be starting to add Summer 2018 (April-June) from February onwards. We hope you find something to interest you.

Please take a look at our current programme, which you can find by clicking the drop-down menus or the in the sidebar or soon by downloading the full booklet here.

All courses can be booked by completing the MANCENT booking form and accompanying it with a cheque for the correct fee to the course lecturer (or if that is not possible to the Course Director).

12 Responses to Welcome to MANCENT.

  1. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    Merry Christmas!
    All courses for Spring 2018 are now online and can be booked in the usual way. We look forward to seeing you in the new year.

    Birgitta Hoffmann
    MANCENT course administrator

  2. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    Dear All,
    As of today we are adding the Spring 2018 courses. Ancient World, Archaeology and Latin are now online. More will follow in the next few days.
    We hope to have the paper catalogue with you before the holidays.

    All the best,
    Dr. Birgitta Hoffmann
    MANCENT course director

  3. Julie C. says:

    Sorry, I mean 23rd September for the Roman Conference.

    Julie C.

  4. Julie C. says:

    Hi Birgitta,
    Once again, thanks for the fantastic courses and study days! I’m really looking forward to them. Please can you kindly tell me how to book for the
    2017 MANCENT conference: Rivers, Roman Harbours and the Roman Army, on 23rd December? Also, do you ever run classes for beginners’ Latin, and will there be a study day on the Archaeology of Iceland, in the Winter?
    Julie C.

  5. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    Unfortunately, we were just informed that Martin Jervis will have to take a sabbatical this autumn. We wish him a speedy recovery and look forward to his return next spring.

    Birgitta Hoffmann
    MANCENT Course Director

  6. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    As of today we are adding the Autumn 2017 (September to December) courses to the web site. This should take about 10 days, please come back to see if your subject has already been added.

  7. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    Hello Julie,
    Yes, there will be a course on the archaeology of Orkney this autumn, I hope the date suits you.

  8. door Jeffery says:

    wow they are good

  9. Julie C says:

    Dear Birgitta,
    What fabulous courses! A big thank you to you and all the Mancent lecturers. Will you be running a study day on Orkney archaeology? Myself and a friend would be interested.
    Julie C.

  10. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    All the summer 2017 courses are now online. I hope you find something that interests you and look forward to seeing you at one of our future meetings.

  11. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    As of today, we are adding the details for the Summer 2017 courses (April to June 2017).
    The summary and further links can be found at:
    Please, come back over the coming two weeks to see the programme develop.

  12. BirgittaHoffmann says:

    In our our latest blog Anthony Burton is briefly introducing the exhibition he is co-curating at the Elizabeth Gaskell House in Manchester

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