Online study
  • Yes, every programme we offer takes place 100% online, apart from the blended i-GDL law conversion course from The University of Law.

  • No. High levels of self-discipline and time management are needed to successfully complete your programme. Online courses require just as much commitment as traditional campus qualifications.

  • Yes. Each student receives 24/7 access to their respective learning platform, as well as technical and administrative support.

  • No. You simply need an internet connection, browser, and a device that supports internet access.


  • Yes. You can access the materials on any smart device using a flash enabled browser.


Online platform
  • Online students are provided with access to a wide range of study materials to ensure a truly interactive and comprehensive learning experience. Online learning platforms typically include: Live or recorded HD video lectures, e-books, content revision apps, research resources, discussion forums and much more. 

  • Yes. Online libraries are a typical part of any learning platform, and typically contain a vast array of digital collections of journals, articles, textbooks, newspapers, and other scholarly resources.

  • Discussion forums on study platforms allow you to interact with other students, tutors and teaching assistants asynchronously. Direct messaging is also usually a feature, so you can collaborate closely with other students on your course.

  • Contact your university support centre. They will have the answers you need. 

  • All institutions we work with have Student Support Teams available to provide assistance with all aspects of online study. Depending on your course, you will be assigned a module tutor on each of the modules or units you study, who is there to guide you through the learning process.


  • Most queries are answered within 24 hours, although some technical requests may take up to 72 hours to resolve. 


Course fees
  • Fees differ for each programme. Please visit the course page of your chosen programme to view course fees.

  • No. Applications to the institutions listed on this website are completely free of charge.

  • Enrolling on your programme is straightforward and can be done entirely online right from the course page.

  • For undergraduate and postgraduate programmes you usually need to provide authentic copies of your previous qualifications, certificates, and academic transcripts for all years of study. You will also need to provide a copy of your passport, an English copy of your CV, two reference letters, and proof of your English proficiency.

  • Yes. For some courses it's possible to gain exemptions once relevant academic documents and experience has been reviewed by the academic board of your chosen institution.

General course information
  • Your chosen institution will be able to inform you whether your chosen degree is valid in your country.

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

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