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Learning online has become more convenient and practical for many courses of learning such as an online degree, certificates and diplomas. Not all courses of learning are suitable for an online degree or study and possible your career progression. Some employers do not recognise online or distance learning qualifications, although they are becoming more accepted due increasing numbers of traditional universities delivering degrees online. UK universities and universities around the work not only deliver campus degrees, but also offer an online degree, such as masters and a PHD by online learning.
How you Study
The internet is the primary delivery mode and you communicate with the organisation, tutors and possible students. Receive instructions, materials and classes online.
Where you Study
Complete a qualification from work or home.
Importance of choosing a college, university or other organisation that suits you and of course accredited by an accepted accreditation body. Choose a university in another country should you wish or in the UK. Do a lot of search and ask questions to choose the correct course and organisation that suits you.
What can I Study
A range of courses at different levels are available from undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and professional qualifications. Obviously, teacher training and qualifying as a doctor is not available via an online degree!
A good computer, software and a stable internet connection are essential.
An online degree course involves various assessments that may include online examinations, written assessments and possible one off attendance at a centre for an examination depending on the course.
You should receive an award certificate stating the course you have passed; for example Master in Human Resources.