In a world where many people are consumed by a hectic schedule, upskilling might be considered a luxury. As technology advances, so do the study modes that students can use to earn their degree. With the introduction of blended learning studies at Griffith College, learners can continue to enjoy their routine while attending the national institution’s campus just one day a week.
At Griffith College, students can choose from a diverse range of courses including law, business and accountancy with computing set to be added to the list for the Autumn intake. The BA (Hons) in Business Blended Programme won the Best Online Learning Experience at the Education Awards 2019.
Blended courses at Griffith combine a mixture of online webinars and on campus classes. The virtual classroom concept allows business owners, home makers and 9-5 workers obtain a degree without dedicating mid-week hours to the course. Instead, the study and classes are taken in your own time.
Why is Blended Learning suitable for me?
- Balance: Learners can decide when and where they study and engage in classes or course work. This isn’t as easy as it sounds – it’s the same work load as a regular degree, but you decide when you do the course work from week to week.
- Distance: Students are only expected to visit the campus one Saturday in the month.
- Support: Each student is assigned a mentor at the beginning of their studies. This mentor will guide you throughout the programme. Students are also afforded IT support, to guarantee everything runs smooth from a distance.