Choosing the Best Learning Mode for your Lifestyle: An insight into Milpark Education’s Distance Learning Online (DLO)

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Choosing the Best Learning Mode for your Lifestyle: An insight into Milpark Education’s Distance Learning Online (DLO)

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When it comes to access to knowledge and information, advancements in technology have enabled educational institutions to bridge the divide of space and time. Milpark Education has embraced this opportunity and has been offering an innovative approach to distance learning since 2017. Our Distance Learning Online, or DLO, study mode takes higher education out of the traditional mould of two semesters and two fixed admission or registration dates. With our DLO programmes, we offer six intakes a year, and an opportunity to do one module at a time in small online classes of up to a maximum of 25 students. These classes are led by a formally trained dedicated online lecturer who proactively facilitates learning and discussions online, and who responds to student queries and provides encouragement. Students can also join regular live lecturing sessions or have access to the recordings. 

One of the greatest benefits of this approach is that it allows students to tailor their studies around their lives. This makes it much more convenient for working people to study as they can complete module after module in their own time with an opportunity to take a break during peak organisational periods. In addition, students can also travel while studying.

Our qualifications are designed with a specific focus on the functional and practical skills needed for a successful and versatile career. The building blocks of our commerce and business qualifications include a holistic understanding of the interplay between financial, marketing, legal, ethical, and economic underpinnings of an increasingly globalised world.

Choose one of Milpark’s DLO offerings and become part of a revolutionary educational programme that caters for your lifestyle.

 

Dr Joseph Sekhampu

18 Feb 2020