Nottingham Trent University Online
Online education has come a long way in a relatively short space of time. Since the first online courses were introduced during the 1990s, the popularity of digital learning has grown enormously.
While we may be used to carrying out many everyday tasks via the internet, for most of us, studying online is something new.
They say two heads are better than one. When it comes to online study, we wholeheartedly agree. In fact, we believe putting multiple heads together can achieve a richer learning experience and more confident students, which is why we include group work on all of our 100% online degrees.
If you’re thinking of enrolling on one of our online postgraduate degrees, you’ll also be thinking about funding.
Writing your personal statement can be daunting. Our Admissions team have provided some handy tips to guide and support you through the process.
Whichever online course you decide to study, you’ll need to be able to write in a clear and neutral academic style. To help you hone your writing skills, we have put together this useful and shareable infographic.
Learning is traditionally a communal experience. Throughout school we work in classrooms with other children and, at university, lectures and seminars are spent in the company of our peers, discussing and debating ideas.
Technical skills, experience and qualifications are important and impressive things to have when applying for a dream job, but soft skills often get overlooked.
A big challenge for many students when studying online for a business degree is productivity. How can you maintain a successful job while being productive and efficient in your studies?
Here’s six ways to focus your mind, so that you don’t burn yourself out, or waste your energy.
When you come home from a busy day at work to resume your online degree course, you want to feel comfortable and motivated.