The Blended Learning option gives learners the best of both worlds in the way that some sessions take place in a more traditional university classroom setting, whilst other part of the degree take place online, offering incredible flexibility and means you can access your course materials and complete your assignments wherever, whenever you want and study at your own pace. With everything going on in the world, there’s no better time to make the next steps in both your education and career. Study on your own terms and don't let COVID-19- or any other barrier - get in the way of what you want to achieve. Attend this session to find out everything you need to know about studying your degree online and how the team at Arden University can support you from enrolment to graduation.

Taking Place: Monday 17th August, 12:30 – 13:00 BST

Join Towella Ngambi, our Foundation Year/Pearson Programme Team Leader, to find out everything you need to know about studying your degree online and how the team at Arden University can support you from enrolment to graduation.

The session will cover:

  • What is BL? 
  • Courses  
  • Study centre locations  
  • Example timetable 
  • Academic expectations & pace of study 
  • BL may suit…

The session will conclude with a Q&A session where you can put your questions to Towella.


An Introduction to Towella Ngambi:

Arden University Foundation Year Team Leader Towella Ngambi

Towella Ngambi teaches Psychology and is also a Team Leader for the Foundation Year and Pearson Programmes. Before joining Arden, she worked in Social Care organisations, which dealt with Homelessness, Drug rehabilitation, Re-offenders and Mental Health. She also taught mainly hard to reach young people within inner city London, where she was able to support learners and service users through mental health intervention programmes. She has a Masters in Applied Psychology and is a Member of the British Psychological Society.

Area of expertise

  • Mental Health
  • BAME issues in Education
  • Foundation Year students – retention, progression, success
  • Children and Young People
  • Social Psychology 
  • Biological Psychology

Published papers 

  • Ongoing research into Foundation Year students

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