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[updated 17 June 2018]

Our congratulations to Joan Learmont!  See Our News for details of her award.

 

Enrolments for Semester 2 courses commence on 18 June.  Course details can be viewed under the Courses tab and previewed in MyU3A.  Check the list of amendments to the published program to make sure you have the latest information.

 

 

The June 2018 Newsletter also contains course details for Sem 2, 2018 and is now available for reading or downloading.  The list of amendments can also be viewed here.

 

Don't forget the U3A Banyule Annual Lunch on Tue 26 June at St Georges restaurant, Preston.

  

What’s happening this week? See Events This Week

 

 

 

 

Welcome to U3A Banyule

U3A  - the University of the Third Age - is an international movement that fosters lifelong learning for pleasure. It is a self-help body of volunteers interested in their own and community education. There are no prior qualifications or exams, and no degrees awarded; the only requirement is that you are aged 50+, retired or semi-retired.

 

U3A Banyule allows you to enjoy a wide range of educational courses, creative and physical activities, excursions and social events. We have over 500 members and offer approximately 120 courses and activities each year.

 

For example, we offer foreign language, history, Australian literature and science courses. Why not engage in the issues of the day in our Current Affairs class? Or strengthen the body and mind doing Tai Chi or yoga? Or derive the benefits from social activities like a lingering lunch, sketching and walking? As a full member of U3A Banyule, you can enjoy the experience of attending university lectures of your choice, at La Trobe University (free of charge) - for further information see Community News.

 

Further information about U3A Banyule can be obtained from our brochure and also from our website under Membership and Courses.   A general promotional video about U3A can also be viewed here 

 

U3A Banyule engages with the local community, through intergenerational projects, fundraising and monthly Public Lectures and an Annual Forum. To read more see News & Events.

 

We depend on members offering their services as tutors, in administration either  on the Committee or in the office and to organise social events. For further information, see Volunteering.

 

Semester Dates

Semester 1: 1 February - 30 June

Semester 2: 1 July - 30 November