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 five Study Centres in the heart of London, Birmingham and Manchester we believe we can offer a study option that suits most lifestyles.

Taking Place: Tuesday 6th 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 Student Recruitment Advisor Fiona Nolan, and Student Support Officer Berisford Bennett who will be speaking about and answering questions on the following topics related to UK Blended 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 Fiona Nolan:

Arden University Fiona Nolan

My name is Fiona Nolan and I am a Student Recruitment Advisor within the blended learning team here at Arden University.  I help prospective students throughout their application process up until enrolment. I also help students choose the right course for them and also advise on their funding options. I joined Arden University 1 year ago and previously worked for Awarding Organisation, Pearson so I have around 9 years of experience working within the education sector.

An introduction to Berisford Bennett:

Arden University Berisford Bennett

My name is Berisford Bennett and I started at Arden University in February 2020 as a Student Support Coordinator at the Tower Hill Campus. Though I have not been with Arden University very long I still possess a vast amount of experience in higher education where I have worked for 5 years. Where students are concerned my goal is simply to support them in achieving their goals.

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