With us you can choose from a large number of courses in areas such as IT / computer, technology, health, language, learning, social studies. Common to most is that you need to have a computer and internet access. More information and the conditions for implementation can be found on the pages for the respective programme.
With or without meetings
Some distance learning courses are fully web-based but most courses include regular and mandatory meetings at one of the univerity's different campus locations.
Some courses start with a general introduction at the university. You normally have a couple of meetings at the university each semester. Between meetings, you can communicate with your teacher and study through information and communication technologies, such as learning management, chat, email, etc. A few compulsory physical meetings during the programme are most common but the number of meetings can vary.
Other courses are fully network or web-based. In this case, you do not go to the university for either introduction or exam sessions. It is important that you take part of the university's educational information to know what applies for your programme.
Greater freedom and responsibility
Distance learning is more flexible and more independent than other studies. You have the freedom to use your study time the way you want. At the same time, freedom can be more demanding. Be aware that full-time study means that you should study about 40 hours per week.