The number of hours in a higher education course can vary greatly. On average, a full-time university course requires around 21 hours of study per week, whereas a part-time course requires fewer hours of study per week. The key benefit to part-time study is that there is often no time limit for completing the course. […]
For some potential students, the length of time required to study for a degree can be off-putting. For students who need to work, care for their families or manage other commitments, taking three or four years to complete a degree simply isn’t practical, especially if they are also contending with financial constraints. Part-time degrees are […]
We have spoken to a number of you recently who are very interested in our BSc Degree course in Construction Management, especially as it offers a direct route to CIOB membership. However you’re frustrated that you can’t use your Apprenticeship Levy funds to pay for it, at least at the moment. We share your frustrations! […]
Education Matters in Construction Conference May 2016 Excellent conference held at BRE to launch the new Bsc Construction . Key national speakers addressed the future skills needs of the industry and the new degree apprenticeship agenda. To see the presentations click here….
The power of learning: Should I get a degree? Many successful people never even try to get a degree, just look at Sir Alan Sugar….others hold proudly their qualifications, for example the American President Barack Obama…and some of the most successful people in technology are Harvard drop outs, such as Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg…So what is the right thing to do? In […]
Education Matters in Construction BRE Innovation Park, Watford 26th May 2016: 8.30am to 1.00pm If you are a senior leader or involved with learning and development in your construction company then this is a must attend event. Click here for more details You will hear from prominent industry and education leaders: why education is critical […]
28th April – ‘Building your Leadership Culture’ – Herts Growth Hub This workshop is focused on the business in which every organisation needs to be engaged, no matter how big or small it might be. That business is the business of satisfying and continuing to satisfy, customers. “… Not only does [an organisation’s] culture reside […]
Oaklands College and University of Hertfordshire celebrate growth in part-time higher education 29 January 2015 Students studying at University Campus St Albans (UCSA) came together with staff to celebrate the growth in these part-time innovative degree programmes with a special dinner at the Stables restaurant at the St Albans Campus. UCSA is a joint venture […]