Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. Who we are?
Q2. Where we are in London?
Our office is located nearby the most prestigious universities in the world and other prominent landmarks in the heart of London. We are next to University College London (UCL), University of London, Birkbeck College, SOAS, The British Library, The British Museum and Kings Cross St. Pancras.
Q3. How online studies is better?
Studying online means that you can fit studying around your work and personal life with affordable tuition fees. In this learning model, you can study from anywhere in the world without taking any pressure of traveling to attend an on-campus lesson. Studying online does mean that you have to motivate yourself to study and manage your own time.
Q4. How will I be taught?
Our courses are delivered through a Learning Management System (LMS) and are designed specifically for an online audience. We use a range of activities including live online classrooms, access to online study material, pre-recoded videos, online quizzes, innovative online assessment and discussion forms.
Q2. How is my online course assessed?
All courses will be accessed through research based assignments via a Learning Management System (LMS).
Q3. Are all of your tutors suitably qualified?
All of our instructors have studied to a high level in their area of expertise, and many also hold higher education teaching qualifications. Several have previously taught at UK universities, and some still teach at other institutions in addition to their duties as academics on our courses.
Q4. What are the software or computer requirements?
As long as you have internet access any computer or tablet can be used to complete the online modules and courses. You can also study on your phone with our mobile friendly content. We are aware that within some parts of the world the IT resources or infrastructure will not allow access to certain types or sources of media. We make every effort to ensure all our programmes and their content are accessible to our students around the globe so no student is in a disadvantaged situation. If you are unsure whether this may affect you then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our admissions team.
Q1. Is there a fee to apply?
Yes, we charge an application assessment fee of £50 which will be included in the tuition fees, once you accept the course offer.
Q2. How long does it typically take to apply?
If you have all the documentation you need to upload to the application, it should take no more than an hour to complete.
Once you’ve submitted your application, you will immediately receive an email acknowledgment, confirming that we have received it. You will typically receive a decision in approximately 3-5 working days. The decision process may take longer if we request further information from you or verifying your provided references. If you don’t hear from us in 5 days, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp us on +44 (0) 7448 674457.
Q4. What documents do I need to submit when I apply?
Before you begin your application make sure you have:
Personal Identification - A scanned copy of your passport or other official photographic ID, e.g. photo driving licence.
This will help us to verify your official identification. If you do not have any photo ID, we will accept a scanned copy of your birth certificate (English Translation).
Qualification - Your qualification details including grades and dates taken. You will have the opportunity to upload scanned copies of your qualification certificates/transcripts in the application. If these were not issued in English, you will need to provide certified translated copies as part of your application. If you have no formal qualifications, you can also state this in your application to us.
Personal Statement - A personal statement showing your interest in the course/subject. This is a mandatory requirement and you will be able to upload it into your application. You may want to include your reasons for applying for the course, your experience in the field, how you feel you would benefit from this programme and relevant information about your previous studies. You could also tell us about your non-academic experiences relevant to your selected programme such as interests, hobbies, participation in any voluntary work, clubs or societies.
Work Experience - We need this if you wish to gain entry to the course based on your work experience, or if this is part of the entry requirements for your selected programme. This could be in the form of a CV that you can upload into your application and/or in the form of employer references.
References - You may need to supply an employer reference if the course that you are applying for requires to have relevant work experience. The reference should be written on company headed paper, signed and dated from either a manager, supervisor, tutor or teacher within the last four months.
Q5. Can I still make an application without all of the required documents?
Yes, you can apply for exemptions from modules based on the course you've completed at other institutions or relevant work experience that you have in the relevant field. This method is known as Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Some of the courses have automatic exemptions based on specific qualifications, for example: A two years bachelor's degree achieved can be equivalent to UK higher nation diploma or Diploma Level 4 & 5. If you wish to apply for exemption or RPL, you will need to indicate this in your application.
Q1. Can I attend a graduation ceremony after completing an online UK university top-up degree?
Any student who completes an online final year Level 6 Bachelors degree or Masters top-up degree will be invited to attend a graduation ceremony at the university.
Q2. Will my university degree certificate state that I studied online?
It is perfectly normal to have a lot of questions about future prospects. Our friendly admissions team are ready to answer any questions you might have about programmes, scholarships or financial support.