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.
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.
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?
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Today it is becoming more difficult for any one individual to possess all the skills and abilities required to lead an organisation effectively.
Or maybe you would like to specialise in the field but feel you may have missed your chance? Perhaps it’s time to consider an online masters in education.