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Blogs written by becky-ladley

The average saving of being an online student

Studying online is an incredibly cost-effective way to study. Our online degrees are competitively priced… but that’s not the only reason why they’re good value. You’ll also reap the benefits of online study in a number of other ways during your time with us.   Reduced fees and no hidden charges Many UK universities charge tens of thousands of pounds.... Read more

Becky Ladley 01st Feb 2019

Six places you can study an online course

One of our students’ favourite things about studying with us is the flexibility to study whenever and wherever you please. So here are six spots you can settle with your laptop, tablet or phone, bring up our website and get learning.   1. Somewhere comfy Whether you’re curled up on your favourite chair, tucked up in bed, or sprawled out.... Read more

Becky Ladley 18th Jan 2019

9 reasons to fall in love with studying online in 2019

Are you interested in learning a new skill? Perhaps you fancy taking on a degree but not sure if it will work for you? From realising your career aspirations to making global contacts there are many things to love about online learning. If you've never tried it before, you may be a bit wary, but there are lots of fantastic.... Read more

Becky Ladley 04th Jan 2019

Can I get a degree while working full time?

This is a question we hear a lot, and the short answer is… absolutely! Online degrees are, in many ways, totally different to campus-based degrees. They can be completed in your free time, and from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. This means you can fit them in on your lunch break, during your commute, or on evenings.... Read more

Becky Ladley 14th Dec 2018

7 tips to keep you focused while studying online

Students completing an online degree need to be highly motivated. You don’t have a physical class to go to, which means you need to be doubly dedicated compared to campus-based students. Luckily, with these tips, it will be easy to find the enthusiasm you need while completing one of our degrees. 1.      Make a study plan Whether you’re digital or.... Read more

Becky Ladley 30th Nov 2018