Find out more about the latest news and events from The Open University in Scotland with the April 2022 issue of Open Outlook.
5th April 2022
New BBC and OU programme follows uplifting cancer journey of Scottish artist.
25th March 2022
Open University PhD researcher Annie Lennox has named a crater on Mercury after the 17th century Scottish poet and songwriter, Lady Carolina Nairne.
11th February 2022
Employees from businesses across Scotland have graduated with the OU's Masters in Cyber Security, a postgraduate level apprenticeship.
10th February 2022
The portrait collection has been developed with the world's most diverse stock library Alamy, to better represent Black and Asian students.
19th January 2022
The Open University’s free learning site OpenLearn is celebrating a milestone after clocking up 100 million visitors in the 15 years since it was launched.
12th January 2022
Travelling to the UK from Mexico for COP26, an indigenous artwork Totem Latamat is now resting at The Crichton in Dumfries.
30th November 2021
Find out more about the latest news and events from The Open University in Scotland with the November 2021 issue of Open Outlook.
29th November 2021
Four secondary schools from across the Scottish Highlands have taken part in a ‘Mock COP26’, to increase understanding of the climate change conference amongst senior pupils.
10th November 2021
An episode of Professor Brian Cox’s Universe series was partly shot in Scotland's picturesque Isle of Skye.
9th November 2021