Here at Arden University, we’re dedicated to providing access to flexible online learning for ambitious students around the world. We offer two modes of study, giving you the best possible learning experience according to your preferred way of learning.
Students who live within travelling distance of our study centres in the UK or Berlin find blended learning the more preferable mode of study. It gives them valuable face-to-face teaching time twice a week, whilst maintaining the flexibility of access to online learning materials.
Below we’ve explained the main differences between Blended and Distance Learning, to help you decide which one is right for you.
Blended Learning or Distance Learning – which study mode is right for you?
Why study with Arden?
With the option to choose either blended or fully online study methods, we bring you flexible learning that fits around your life.
We provide all our students with personalised academic and digital-skills support from enrolment to graduation.
Payment plans and funding options are available, helping you focus on your studies, not your tuition fees. Plus, our Distance Learning courses are eligible for SLC funding.
Our degree courses have a strong focus on your future employability, and many come with accreditation from UK professional bodies.