Monday, 14 December 2015

Distance learning

 Benefits of Distance            Learning
Studying by distance learning has the benefit of allowing you to develop your career without having to leave employment. It also means that you can apply new knowledge and insights to your working life while you are still studying, with many students choosing to tackle work-related topics in their dissertations.
Distance learning isn't just about career progression. It can also be to deepen your knowledge of a favorite’s subject or simply for the pure enjoyment of learning.
Distance learning is a flexible way to study as you are able to choose when and where you study - from home, in the office, or anywhere in the world! There are no timetabled classes to attend which means you can fit studying for a qualification around your other commitments.
Supported study
Self-study is central to any distance learning course. However, should you need it, support is always available from your tutors at the University. You will, of course, have access to the Library’s special service for distance learning students and to internet and database services, as well as to Blackboard - our virtual learning environment.
Our experience
Throughout your course you will benefit from studying with a university that has more than 25 years of experience in this type of learning. Distance learning is a core part of what we do at the University of Leicester and our courses are flexible and of the highest quality, as well as being focused on you and your needs.

A qualification from the University of Leicester is career-changing. It can be the springboard to promotion with your current employer, the platform from which to launch a new career or simply a way to become more effective in your current role. Choosing to study for a degree gives a clear signal to employers that you are committed to developing your skills and knowledge.

And of course, studying for a degree at the University of Leicester is a rewarding and enriching experience that brings about significant personal development.

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