by Manisha Dahiya - written on 17/11/13
Hi, My name is Manisha Dahiya. I am pursuing my MBA from IPEL Centre for Distance Learning, Ghaziabad, which is an authorised Study Centre of LOVELY Professional University, Punjab. My experience is very good. The Study Centre is very good and at a very good location just adjacent to State Bank of India. In Distance Learning usually the classes are not provided, But in LPU & specially in IPEL I experience that the classes are properly conducted with proper time- table & with very qualified teachers. The teachers are very good, if any doubt they clear all the doubts very nicely.
by Steve eddy - written on 25/07/13
We're do I start, I have had nothing but problems with edistancelearning, I lost my job and asked to half the payments, to which they agreed, and wot happens, they take the full amout, so I phoned them and spoke with a so called adviser who had to email some one, who had to email some one else, and still awaiting for an answer, and this has happend twice, it's a joke and stay well away, because from my experiences with these people all they want it your money and to be quite honest don't give a damn about there students and I only had to give a star rating as it would not process my review
by Dana - written on 29/03/13
Distance Learning College and Training Before I decided to start a course with the Distance Learning College and Training, I looked for reviews in the web. I did not find many and most of them were pretty decent. Unfortunately for me the experience with the Distance Learning College and Training has been a real nightmare. I ... Read the complete review
by Silena - written on 30/06/12
During the last days I was very busy to find the right course for becoming a Teaching Assistant Level 3. There are so many guidelines, akronyms, course titles, levels and Certificates... For those who want to find the right course, here are my research results: I. Via Presence Course 1. a local college Mostly not a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/12 (Useful, 251 readings)
I started a Distance Learning Programe last November with Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance doing a BA HONS Theatre Studies Degree, the only one of it's kind online. Asofar, I have found it to be very valuable and convienient for my life style. The most attractive thing about higher education Distance Learning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Useful, 474 readings)
I have just been beginning my BA in Business for the final year of study awarded by Wales university. I decided to study this with RDI a charming and respectible United Kingdom company and my Diploma will soon be a degree. They offer lots of courses in finance, business and managing and the best for me was the staff who helped ... Read the complete review
by Anon - written on 02/06/11
Although the content of the course I am doing through the Distance Learning Centre (Property Development Level 3) is of a good standard, the course is disjointed and full of spelling and grammatical errors. Considering this is supposed to be an A-Level equivalent course, it does not give you much faith when it is sent out without even basic proof reading! The assignment questions are ambiguous and do not give you any idea as to what sort of answer is expected to achieve a pass. An example of this is one of the questions asked me to 'summarise the type of properties that are ripe for development' and my assignment was returned to me for being too short. Apparently 'summarise' requires a 1000 word answer!!I won't be using Distance Learning Centre again.
by Jon Green - written on 29/03/11
I studied 3 A levels with the College by distance learning. The materials and support received were excellent.I was awarded 2 grade A and one grade B and secured my University place.I took the fast track option and completed within 9 months.My tutors were able to assist me quickly and offer lots of feedback and support which you need (especially on the fast track option).I would really suggest the college if you are looking for A levels by distance learningAll in all BRILLIANt!
by Craig Williams - written on 15/03/11
I was looking for reviews for Distance Learning Colleges this time last year and found them very hard to come by. When you are thinking of distance learning for the fist time it can be quite worrying when you cannot find any decent reviews. I started looking around at a few different distance learning providers as well as some local ... Read the complete review
by gustavo klemp correa - written on 22/01/11
Hello, I am paying for a bookkeeping course at home learning college, in order to sit for the AAT exams. Since October i'm trying to book an exam, but nothing happened so far. I've purchase the course for 24 repayments of 129,35 pounds. This course include materials (part receive), a software ( not received yet), and exams bookings fees. I've choose an online course to increase my speed, but instead they are slowing me down. I don't know what else to do, I've contact them several times, They even sent me the date for the exams, but it was cancelled later.I think that they're trying to make the time of tuition run out.That's just to let you know who are teaching for aatThank you.
by noel - written on 16/01/11
Re NECBe prepared to pay between £130 / 150 on top of the rather expansive course materials. I wouldn't recommend NEC or any other distance learning outfit. Go to your local college or don't bother! After reading the intro stuff you realise quickly thay "you are responsible for pretty much everything" to the point when you think, mmmm this book seems pretty expensive!You get appointed a tutor who returns work quite quickly with red pen correcting any grammar errors. Your local college teaches you how to construct, start and finalise essays properly. the NEC material / costs are poor in comparison.
by Emma Turkentine - written on 12/10/10
I've just finished my AS Biology, English and Psychology Exams with NEC, having received two A's and a B grade and I am just about to start on the A2s. I have enjoyed my courses and plan to go on to do at least another AS before I go to University. I choose NEC over other companies as they send you the course materials at the start of the course in hard copy and they also give you access to them online. They were up front and honest from the start about all of the costs involved and told me lots about the up and coming changes to specifications. They did not pressure me into buying anything, unlike ICS - who still call me which is a complete nuisance.
by mikala - written on 25/08/10
I was wondering if anyone has used 'The distance learning partnership' before as I am looking to do a course and have come across this company that seem pretty good??Thanks
by Becky - written on 25/07/10
I bought A Level from the National Extension College in October 2009. I have since decided that distance learning is not an appropriate way of learning for me so I am looking to sell the course materials.I bought full AS and A Levels is Classical Civilisation, English, History and Maths with the Mechanics modules.If anyone is interested in buying these courses please contact me at email@example.comThanks,Becky
by Michael - written on 22/06/10
I recently finished a Level 3 Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Oxford College. Within 2 months of finishing, I was back in a job after looking for over a year! The course was really good! I got loads of help from my tutor and all the stuff I needed to finish the course was easy to get to. I would highly reccomend using ... Read the complete review
by Leanne Sunderland - written on 20/04/10, updated on 24/05/10
NCC Home Learning - I have been an NCC student now for almost 12 months and am coming to the end of my course. I have really enjoyed the learning experience that was provided and the also the support from my tutor. It was well worth the effort that you are required to put into any distance learning course. I would most definitely recommend NCC to anyone wanting to study by distance learning and am already considering my second course.
by Claire - written on 16/03/10
I've been studying with the Distance Learning Centre on an Access to Midwifery Diploma for about a year ... and I've just finished! Got a place at UWE starting in September and I couldn't have done it without them. It really is a case of having the motivation and drive to do it - but Midwifery is what I've always wanted to do and the DLC ... Read the complete review
by Chris Jenkins - written on 08/02/10
I think distance learning can be hard - at the end of the day no one is going to do it for you! You have to put the effort in yourself. I dropped out of several OU courses beacuse I took on far more than I could handle. I forgot that its down to me to make it work. That said I think there are some down right dodgy distance ... Read the complete review
by Sandy123 - written on 01/12/09
Hi.I have got acceptance for MSc finance, accounting and management form bradford university. It's distance learning, through RDI(Resource Development International Ltd).Can any one advise me about the course it self, the distance learning, the RDI quality service?Regards
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 1720 readings)
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