Don’t let the inconvenience of regular lectures or tutorials take away your chance of taking your education to the next level – opt for an Arden University Online Learning programme and you can study for a Postgraduate qualification wherever and whenever it suits you. Studying shouldn’t have to be an activity that forces you to put other aspects of your life on hold, but rather one that fits around them. If you have family or work commitments and still find yourself wanting to return to education, Arden's online Distance Learning allows you to do just that, without the need to take time out from your job or fund extra childcare.
Taking Place: Tuesday 13th October 2020, 17:00 - 17:45 BST
Attending one of our virtual open days is the best way to get to know Arden University! You’ll be hearing from Senior Educational Consultant Aida Ramaz, and Postgraduate Team Leaders Geraldine Hall and Rashmi Dravid, who will be speaking about and answering questions on the following topics related to Postgraduate Online Learning:
- Study mode overview
- What courses are available?
- What do I need to know about applying?
- What are my fee options?
- What are the study expectations?
- What does student support look like?
An introduction to Geraldine Hall:
Dr Geraldine Hall is Programme Team leader for Postgraduate Business, responsible for their management and academic delivery. She has worked in the higher education sector for 14 years, previously at Cardiff Metropolitan University and the University of South Wales as a Senior Lecturer, as programme lead for the diploma stage of the part-time MBA programme and the MBA pathway in Sustainable Decision Making. Geraldine holds a PhD for her thesis on John Pearce’s Radical Social Enterprise and Alasdair MacIntyre’s ethics. The research was a synthesis of the works of these two authors to develop a model as an alternative to capitalism. Geraldine’s current research interests are MacIntyrean virtue ethics and their potential for creating more ethical business practices and Radical Social Enterprise and alternative organisational structures which harness community and shared ownership to create ethical organisations.
An introduction to Rashmi Dravid:
Rashmi Dravid is Programme Team Leader for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Computing, responsible for their management and academic delivery. She has worked in senior academic and leadership positions in the higher education sector for 14 years, previously at University of Northampton as Head of Partnership Programmes and as a Senior Lecturer in Computing. Rashmi brings in her academic and professional specialisations in Computer Networks to contribute to the development of the School’s Portfolio of Programmes and Research in the School of Computing and IT. Having a strong academic background and broad experience of managing quality of student experience of UK and global students, Rashmi is committed to ensuring the students’ learning journey at Arden is scaffolded and supported to help actualise their academic and career aspirations.
An introduction to Aida Ramaz:
My name is Aida, and I am Senior Educational Consultant here at Arden University. I have been working with Arden University for over 3 years. My role is to help students with the application process, helping them to choose the most relevant course that would fit their academic and professional goals, and make sure everything goes smoothly until they are enrolled on their programme. My favourite part of my job is helping students achieve their goals, as I believe as education and self-development is the key to success. My other interests include hiking, kayaking, doing sports and overall staying active.