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What is blended learning?

Full-time degree, top-up or Masters.
Part-time on campus hours.

Considering part-time study or need a little more structure? Blended learning gives you access to innovative online learning, plus regular structured face to face sessions. Blended learning is ideal if you want the traditional face-to face teaching, but can’t be on a campus full-time.

You can complete a full three-year degree, with just 2 days face to face commitment per week in one of our study centres. Or study for your MBA or Masters with just one evening every 2 weeks in a classroom.

As well as interact with your peers and tutors on campus you will need to use your always-on virtual classroom to progress your learning and work through assignments. You can do this whenever and wherever it suits you. Have a burning question outside of class? Don’t worry, you will still have access to support staff and tutors via email or phone. It’s Higher Education that works around you.

Blended learning means you can work, look after your family life or let your social life flourish, without missing out on that degree you’ve always wanted.

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Discuss your degree, degree top-up or MBA study options with our London, Manchester or Birmingham Course Advisors today on 0208 003 6196.

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Blended learning FAQs

What is blended learning?

This new way of learning and studying provides the best of face-to-face and online learning. You attend regular classroom sessions on campus with other students and the rest of the time you access materials and resources such as tutorials, lessons and exercises online, working at your own pace. You upload coursework and assignments to a secure online zone with easy access to a tutor via Skype, email, webchat or phone. Our blended learning model enables you to complete a full three-year degree, with just 2 days face to face commitment per week in one of our London study centres. Find out more here.

Do I need a computer?

You’ll need a connected device to access and download learning materials. Ideally this will be a computer, but you can also access ilearn through many different devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops, or your local library may have resources you can use. Additionally if you choose to study at one of our London study centres you will have access to their computer rooms. Go to our Study Centre page for more information.

I work full time and have a family. Can I still study?

Online learning is all about flexibility. We believe everybody should have access to higher education, no matter what his or her circumstance. You can study from as little as eight hours per week depending on your course and you can study at your own pace. With so many ways to access your learning resources, be it by laptop, phone or tablet, you can fit study around your life.

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