Education Management

1. The time for studies is quite flexible and you can begin and end it whenever you want to. It also provides you the flexibility to remain in full-time employment. Its very convenient foe people who work, they can learn while working. You may get second higher education not leaving your job.

2. Time and place of learning is also up to your taste. It’s not obligatory to visit the boring lectures or unnecessary courses. According to the situation and circumstances your may get a study break or defer your studies for a short while. Depending on your tastes and working pressure you can take harder or easier study plan.

3. As a distance learning student, you will be registered as a student of your chosen institution and enjoy the same status, privileges, benefits and final as full-time students.

4. You are given a remote tutor whom you are illegible to contact whenever you like. Any help or advice can be given to you any time you need it. There are no additional charges for the support.

How to Succeed

The main steps to your success are as follows:
• motivation;
• good management of your work;
• learning materials;
• professional tutors.

Motivation can be very different. For somebody it may be bigger salary and better position. For the others this is self-improvement and development of skills. But it isn’t just about money and jobs, it is also about feeling good about yourself by fulfilling your potential, and proving to yourself that you’ve got what it takes.

Management and Time
We strongly advise you to manage and check your study time carefully. You must find what your goals are, find strong and weak points, consider the context in which you will be studying and generate a broad strategy for successfully covering the material and completing the course.
While looking through requirements of every task or study chapter, you estimate the situation, workload and home responsibilities in the relevant study period, and then develop specific realistic plans for active study and writing.

You might also want to set yourself targets for:
1. the time needed to finish the concrete task;
2. the amount of work that must be done in a week or a month;
3. progress through the modules or units, bearing in mind your other responsibilities and tasks;
4. costs needed to cover all the expenses.

You should plan and monitor what you do, and where necessary, act to improve the process, quantity and quality of your work. You should make decisions about the importance you will attach to tasks, the time you choose to allocate to them, and sequence in which you will do them.
There are different ways of study. So we do not expect that all students will approach their studies in the same way, in a way we prescribe, or in an over-planned manner. We will advise and assist you to manage your study and be disciplined about how you do it.