It’s the start of the new academic year and thousands of students have entered higher education, and you can too – by studying at home with Online Business School.
Looking for a good reason to study? To help inspire you, here are seven reasons you should start online learning right now.
Expanding your knowledge can make you feel good about yourself. When you are confident about your knowledge of a subject, you feel a personal sense of satisfaction and pride.
Higher education can provide a huge lift to a person’s self-esteem. Completing a degree is no small task, therefore it’s only natural that graduates should be extremely proud of their achievements. This boost in self-confidence can often propel graduates to apply for a new career and take on new challenges and opportunities.
Online learning requires strong self-reliance, self-motivation, time-keeping and organisational skills. As a result, online learning graduates can benefit from enhanced confidence in these areas that set them apart from traditional graduates.
Cost is often a barrier to education, but we offer competitive prices and flexible payment plans so you can invest in your future without breaking the bank. As you’re studying remotely, you won’t have to worry about additional accommodation or travel costs either.
When you study online, learning fits around your life, not the other way around. You can commit to a few hours in the morning, evenings or study in the weekend – whichever suits your personal schedule. Study from the comfort of your own home – no need to venture out on a wintry morning or miss the first twenty minutes of a lecture because of traffic.
Studying online means you don’t have to leave your job and uproot your life. It gives you the opportunity to up-skill in your chosen field and gain real world experience at the same time.
You can benefit from a wide range of student discounts and offers across many brands. Online Business School students are now eligible to purchase an NUS Extra Card.
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