Course Information
  • In many cases your eligibility for your course also depends on your national education authority accepting the qualification you wish to study. 


  • No, your certificate is issued directly from the programme's awarding body and will not include the term "online".


  • The benefits for online students are the same as for on-campus students in nearly all cases. You will have access to careers advice and employment services provided by the institution you study with, and you will become a full member of the alumni association of the institution you study with once you graduate.


  • Depending on the programme, students are usually required to retake the assignment or module they have failed in order to successfully complete their course. If there are any special circumstances that impact your performance as a student, let your school know at the earliest opportunity so that they can advise you on the best course of action.


Study Schedule
  • Online programmes are designed in a way that lets you fit your studies around your commitments. In some cases voluntary module deadlines designed to help students plan their study time in advance are offered. In other cases it may also be possible to defer certain modules.


  • This will depend on your course or programme of study. For instance, on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, you should expect to spend around 15 hours per week studying. However, every learner is different, therefore it is best practice to follow your programme recommendations and plan your timetable carefully.


  • You can start studying professional qualifications within 24 hours of your payment being successfully processed. Undergraduate and postgraduate courses are subject to specific application deadlines throughout the year.


  • Programme duration vary among programmes and universties. Please check our course listings.