The Open University has been pioneering distance learning for more than 50 years. They were established by the Royal Charter and are recognised globally for their delivery of excellent teaching across the UK and the globe. They provide a wide range of programs including honours degrees, integrated master’s degrees, foundation degrees, diplomas of higher education, certificates of higher education, short courses, and more. The Open University teaches through its unique method of distance learning known as ‘supported open learning’.
This type of learning is flexible, all-inclusive, supportive, and encourages students to socialise with one another. Their faculties include the faculty of arts and social sciences, the Open University Business School, the Open University Law School, the faculty of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the faculty of wellbeing, education and language studies, the institute of education technology, the knowledge media institute, the centre for research in computing and the centre for research in education and educational technology.
Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run
The Open University has numerous postgraduate programs to choose from. They span topics such as global development, clinical practice, art history, writing, education, history, law, finance, psychology, business, technology, mathematics, computing, and much more. Some of the accreditations their postgraduate programs offer include Master of Science (MSc), Master of Art (MA), Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip), Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), and more.
To apply for undergraduate and postgraduate level degree programs at the Open University, you must register via their website. To do this, visit the website and visit the page of your chosen course. Then, press the apply button and begin filling in your application. Once you have completed your application, the admissions team will review it and contact you to let you know if they would like to offer you a place. Those looking to publish any other courses at the Open University should apply in the same way.
The Open University does not have any student accommodation or halls of residence since the vast majority of its programs are delivered online.
Scholarships and Financial Support
The Open University does have some scholarships and bursaries available. For instance, if your income is below £25,000 or you are on benefits, you could be eligible for a free introductory course prior to joining a full course. When you have registered, you could be eligible for a bursary that awards up to £3,000 and also receive support with other study-related costs such as internet access, childcare, and travel. For more information about the scholarships and bursaries available, visit the Open University website. Here you will find details on the entry requirements and how to apply.
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