Improvements in technology and internet access in recent years have led to a substantial rise in the number of educational institutions offering online courses and degree programmes to students around the world.
Online student and development co-ordinator Valentina Maggiulli reflects on her learning journey as she nears completion of her Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme at the University of Roehampton, London Online.
Online learning admission boards sift through thousands of personal statements from prospective students each year. We’ve put together ten tips aimed at helping you write a personal statement that will enable you to stand out and avoid common mistakes.
Daniel Tom-Aba, a Master of Public Health (MPH) student at the University of Roehampton, London Online, assists in the containment and eradication of the Ebola virus in Nigeria.
University of Roehampton, London Online MBA student Folakemi Abraham shares her experiences.
Inspired by her experiences raising two sons with very different learning needs, Paula Barnes believes she has a unique perspective on cognitive development, which she is now pursuing through her studies on the MSc in Psychology programme at the University of Roehampton, London Online.
More and more people are opting for online masters programmes over the traditional campus-based college courses on offer and it’s easy to see why. Do you seek global perspectives and interactive debate? Are you supporting a family, paying off a mortgage and can’t afford to give up your job to study full-time?
We’re all so busy these days. Once you add up how much time you invest in your career, family life and leisure activities, it’s hard to even contemplate doing an online degree on top.
If you are working towards a promotion or perhaps thinking of changing career, then earning an online university qualification which proves that you are in touch with current thinking in your field may help you in your quest for a brighter future.
For many considering studying online, the thought of studying in isolation can seem off-putting. "Can I muster enough self-motivation to see me through to graduation?" you may ask. However, contrary to popular belief, you are not alone.