Student Testimonials for Internationally Recognised Online Universities Qualification

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It is a misconception that studying from an online university means not gaining accreditation from a world recognised university. UK Universities collaborated with online providers offer a range of courses that are globally recognised.  Since courses are available through internet, students can access them from any part of the globe without difficulty.

It is every student’s dream to access courses from globally recognised University that mark exemplary status. Take a look at what these two students have to say about their experiences studying from globally recognised online institution.

Excerpts of Student Experience

Example 1:

Josina France had enrolled with a reputable online provider for an MBA course. A native of Antigua, she wanted to study MBA that could be globally recognised. Her experience was excellent and she had experienced it best at the time of enrolment. Finally, the enrolment process went smoothly and she was admitted for the course. She not only found the course useful but she learnt new techniques and methods that assisted her to work in a fine environment. Gradually, she enhanced her skills on writing and researching capabilities, and time management.

“I would recommend RDI to anyone who intends to obtain a degree to distance learning because of its credibility, the professionalism and level of support given by the staff, the flexibility it offers to study, and the affordable cost of the programmes,” Josina concludes.

Josina must have had the most resounding experience of accessing courses from an online provider, associated with the UK University. At the end, she gained flexibility of learning without encroaching on employment time, thus being able to finish a course within time.

Example 2:

Yulando Lee from West Indies was in a full-time professional in Accountancy and her career demanded opting for an MBA course. She was looking for an opportunity of flexible study mode, where she could set her own study hours and continue with studies from any part of the globe.

This is what she has to say about her experience. “The enrolment process with RDI was fairly easy and there was no specific intake date or request for registration fees. Having decided on the programme of study and reviewing the requirements and tuition costs, I submitted all the necessary paperwork for admission. They acknowledged receipt of my application and within the specified response time, I received a call from the Programs Co-ordinator advising of my acceptance to the programs. The formal acceptance package was received well in advance of the beginning of the program.”

In addition, she had more praises to sing regarding the extensive study support, flexible financial process and the flexibility of the course itself. She has more to say about her relationship with RDI, “I had and continue to maintain a good relationship with the RDI Team. They are very supportive and efficient in the delivery of their administrative services and have always communicated effectively with me and other students on pertinent information or “things to know”.

RDI is tied with UK Universities, which reflects the very fact why this online provider has world class service to provide. She also recommended RDI to all her colleagues. Indeed, she found that RDI is both service oriented and dependable. She also opines that RDI partners with the top-notch Universities in UK that are engaged in offering courses, which are also offered to on-campus students. Besides, the fact is the provider has exclusive support team that offers guidance and advice tailor made to your demands.

The above two instances reflect the fact that the students in disguise of working professionals gained massively by accessing courses through RDI, which is associated with the most reputable UK Universities. Thus, on completion of courses you can gain accredited or globally recognised academic qualification just like Josina and Yulando. (Source)

The internet is replete with an array of online providers whose vision is to change your world by delivering flexible and high quality education as offered by most renowned UK Universities. The best in the herd will cater online tutorial support combined with flexible funding options with 60% less in aggregate compared to other providers. Thus, look for international online universities that offer courses through distance communities for an accomplished and enriching learning experience.

So, if you are planning to enrol for internationally recognised courses, check out the list as offered by online providers in association with recognised UK Universities. After all, gaining globally recognised courses help you seek jobs or career positions of satisfaction.

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Evolution in the field of Virtual Learning

A lot of people are still unaware of many things that are now being done online rather than in reality. Learning, for instance, is one of the most vigilantly done activities online. Yes, one can be educated and can learn exactly similar to what is being taught in an educational institute via the internet. This is called virtual learning.

Virtual Learning demonstrated

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There are many unrecognized and unacknowledged advantages of virtual learning. These include:

  • The ease of studying at home

  • The ease of studying at suitable timings

  • Very affordable way of studying

  • Very understandable and recognizable methods of learning

Similar to the above mentioned ones, there are various other countless advantages to virtual learning that are left unacknowledged.

The question now remains, how did virtual learning evolve along the ages? Obviously it wasn’t something that took place over a night. It might have evolved through ages without us noticing. Let us have a look at the changes and the time period through which virtual learning evolved.

The pioneers explaining it

Virtual learning has numerous pioneers who have struggled day and night in order to make this form of education adaptable and easy for people sitting at home with the ability to learn, one of the pioneers include Bernard Luskin. He specifically says that he defines virtual education or learning as e-learning, and that the “e” in it should be considered as something exciting and enthusiastic. This is what the pioneer wants to make the people feel about having an educational experience at home.

Some pioneers of this kind of education call it computer assisted instructions, some call it web based training and some something else. The basic motive of this kind of education is to teach those who cannot make it to an institute.

Gradual evolution of learning virtually

It was in the 1960 when this system of education was first introduced to a specific class at the University of Illinois. The students in this particular class room could have a direct access to the notes of their lectures online. Then later on in the early years of 1960, Stanford University professors started replacing their lectures with the voice coming out of a computer. They wanted to see if the students were able to learn that way or not. It was also in the similar years when the elementary schools had their story telling teachers replaced with computers. The children started adapting to this electronic environment.

Steps toward electronic education

Bernard Luskin finally took the most daring step and installed the very first computer in the community college that could teach and convey the right and needed kind of information to the students. This computer then got incorporated with other instruction computers at Stanford and other educational institutes. This made communication and method of instructions easier.

After 1970, the educational institutes started taking advantage of this very extraordinary and rapid way of teaching. They started offering educational courses to far off places virtually. This gave more importance and recognition to their degrees and the people all around the world started getting educated.

By mid 1980s, it became possible at various universities in Canada and other important countries to offer courses from their campuses to other states and countries. This was because the internet started becoming more frequently available. It was not long ago when the internet was discovered. It was in the near 1969 when the internet took step in the field of communication. So this evolution of virtual learning isn’t actually a very gradual thing that developed over time. It almost seems as if it was the very next thing to be discovered after the internet had been accessible from easier locations. Yet the facts and figures state how over the decades the virtual education became popular and available to all those who couldn’t get to the institutions they wanted.

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