“I wish I had a couple of extra hours per day” – many of us think like this. The modern world offers so many opportunities that it is difficult to fit them in a limited time period. Time is a resource that can be traded. An hour of consultation with a professional cost a certain amount of money, so that is a good reason to think about time management when getting an education.
How long usually it takes between the moment a student wakes up and the first class at the university? Each one can give their own answer, but it can reach up to 3-4 hours. It is not the best use of time, is it?
What happens when choosing online education? You do not have to go anywhere. Just wake up, get ready, go to your computer or tablet and start your academic day. Online education saves a lot of time that a student loses while going to the classes. On the other hand, it also positively affects the student’s creativity and helps to develop their non-academic interests. Education will not be time-limited and burdensome. Along with studying, the student also gets the opportunity to develop their hobbies and engage in extracurricular creative activities having all that additional free time. Online education helps maintain a balance between the academic and non-academic sides of the student.
Innovations in cloud technologies have been brining great opportunities to online education.
Online education brings countless benefits from lower fees and location freedom to extra flexibility in terms of choosing your courses and the time you want to invest in studying.
On 15 November 2020 SIIL jointly with our partner SSHE (Swiss School of Higher Education, Montreux) announces the opening of the Swiss International Centre of Languages and Translation.