What's stopping you Go Get Going?
You could be studying for a degree!
It looks like you have enough spare time to study with Arden University!
But not only that, as you live in the UK, you could do a Blended Learning degree at one of our study centres and split your study time between class and home.
When can I study?
Requiring 8 hours of classes a week at your chosen UK study centre, courses are scheduled as follows:
- Weekdays*: 2 days per week, 4 hours per day (either 9.00–13.00 or 13.30-17.30)
- Evenings**: 2 evenings per week 17.30–21.30
- Weekends**: Saturdays
In addition to the 8 hours of face-to-face teaching each week, you will have an additional 12 hours of online tuition and 13.5 hours of recommended self-guided study time. This is perfect if you want more guided learning, but need the flexibility to study around work, family or other commitments.
*hours will be allocated by Arden
**subject to numbers
You could be studying an online degree!
It looks like you have enough spare time in your week to study for an online Distance Learning degree with Arden University!
Uh oh! You don't appear to have enough time
Are you working too hard? In the UK, 'working time regulations' stipulate that you can't work more than 48 hours a week on average. If you are working more than this, it might be a good idea to check in with your boss. Or, if you know you are working long hours and still want to do a degree, perhaps you could speak to your boss about flexible working?
You appear to sleep a lot more than the average adult - the average amount of sleep is 7-9 hours per night. If you want to fit study into your life, perhaps you could look at your sleeping patterns and try to regulate your sleep?
Did you know the average adult watches 28 hours of Television each week? It looks like you watch more than that. Hey, we understand, Netflix is so hard to resist! But maybe you could cut-down your weekly TV time if you want to seriously study for a degree? You can always go back to it after..
Did you know the average person spends over four hours a day using their mobile? Looks like you’re averaging more than that! Perhaps if you dedicated set times a day to being on your phone, you could cut down and free up some study time?