If it’s the traditional higher education experience you’re seeking, on campus courses are the best choice for you. When you learn on campus, you attend lectures, tutorials, workshops and other classes at your educational institution. You’ll have face-to-face contact with your course’s teaching staff and will be able to access all the resources your campus has available, including libraries, study spaces and computer labs. On campus courses are the best way to make friends while studying – you’ll meet and interact with students from a variety of different backgrounds, and have the opportunity to participate in group work, social events and activities. To study on campus, you should be living within easy travelling distance of your chosen institution, and you must be able to factor in the time you’ll spend on campus with your job or any other commitments you may have.
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