- 1 Is an Open University degree respected?
- 2 Is Open University really free?
- 3 Is the Open University a real university?
- 4 DO YOU NEED A levels to do Open University?
- 5 What are the disadvantages of Open University?
- 6 Is a Open University degree Any Good?
- 7 Is Open University Expensive?
- 8 Are open university courses Recognised?
- 9 How quickly can you do an Open University degree?
- 10 What is the difference between Open University and regular university?
- 11 What percentage of Open University students get a first?
- 12 Is Open University a con?
- 13 Does the Open University accept everyone?
- 14 Can I go straight to university without A levels?
- 15 Can you go to uni without any qualifications?
Is an Open University degree respected?
As a top-rated academic institution, the Open University’s degrees are respected by employers. In fact, 75 per cent of the top 100 FTSE companies have sponsored their staff on these courses. Since the outset, the Open University has not asked for any formal qualifications to enter undergraduate-level study.
Is Open University really free?
Produced by The Open University, a world leader in open and distance learning, all OpenLearn courses are free to study. We offer nearly 1000 free courses across 8 different subject areas. Our courses are available to start right away.
Is the Open University a real university?
The Open University (OU) is a public research university and the largest university in the UK for undergraduate education. The university administration is now based at Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, in Buckinghamshire, but has administration centres in other parts of the United Kingdom.
DO YOU NEED A levels to do Open University?
For most of The Open University’s undergraduate degrees no formal qualifications are required, and no entry test is required to study with us. For postgraduate degrees, an undergraduate degree equivalent to the relevant UK qualification is required.
What are the disadvantages of Open University?
Disadvantages of the Open University 1) You don’t have as much physical contact to build relationships with peers. This is slightly contrary to the previous advantage but of course less tutorials or classes means less physical meetups with students and sessions where the tutor fleshes things out in person.
Is a Open University degree Any Good?
The OU offers a whole range of qualifications, from certificates and diplomas to honours degrees and postgraduate qualifications – all of which are not only ‘proper’ and fully accredited, they are highly rated by employers. But it’s the ‘Open’ degree that sets the OU apart from its traditional counterparts.
Is Open University Expensive?
Open University qualifications are two-thirds the cost of an equivalent qualification offered at a campus-based university. That’s a saving of over 30%.
Are open university courses Recognised?
Since the OU was established back in 1969, we have supported over 170,000 students on taught masters and PhD programmes and in so doing have become recognised as world leaders in providing postgrad distance learning opportunities.
How quickly can you do an Open University degree?
You can study more than one module at a time. Just be aware, you can only study a maximum of 120 credits in a 12-month period. 30 and 60 credit modules usually take 9 months to complete.
What is the difference between Open University and regular university?
Open Degree Education is provided via the university that facilitates open entry for admissions, through distance & online learning programs. There is no college affiliation to open degree education, whereas, in the regular degree education, traditional universities provide affiliations to different colleges.
What percentage of Open University students get a first?
Open University – 85% to get a first!?
Is Open University a con?
It’s basically a con. Once your locked in you can’t get out, especially if you’re on a student loan. If you do it part time, it’s six years and it’s all self motivated.
Does the Open University accept everyone?
It doesn’t matter what you have or haven’t studied before or when you last picked up a text book, there’s a starting point for everyone with the OU.
Can I go straight to university without A levels?
I want to go to university, but don’t have any A-levels. What are my options? You can take A-levels through the National Extension College, which offers a home-learning option. An access to higher education course is specifically designed to prepare students for university.
Can you go to uni without any qualifications?
You could take an Access to HE course Access to HE courses are designed for adults aged 19 and over without the necessary qualifications for entry to higher education. They prepare people for university-level study, meaning you can then go on to do a degree course.