The idea that online education is a powerful educational tool is growing stronger every day. Most companies and educational institutions admit that it plays a certain role. Many global companies are introducing online courses. This is especially true for organizations having branches in different regions or countries. For such companies, online education makes a lot of sense, since they must constantly update and improve the qualification of their employees, while ensuring that all branches provide the same information.
A major American company wanted to find out whether it is reasonable to spend money resorting to online education, or should return to more conventional ways of classes, such as full-time. To the surprise of the Management, it turned out that those who signed up for online courses learned five times more material comparing to conventional study, which allowed the company to significantly reduce costs.
The reason of online education success lies in the way providing the materials. Online-learning students consume information in smaller, easily absorbing volumes, simplifying the transfer of data to memory and understanding the ways of concepts interaction. In addition, employees can quickly return to their work.
In modern world, where time is one of the most important resources, online education is growing rapidly. We at Swiss International Institute Lausanne - SIIL believe that getting a quality education at an international university is possible in the native language and without moving anywhere.
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.
Swiss International Institute Lausanne – SIIL was included in the list of the High schools recognized by the authorities of the canton Vaud.
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.