Distance learning a valid higher education alternative

Distance learning provides a unique studying opportunity.

Matriculation is not always an automatic entry into university. Besides your results, an institution can unexpectedly decline your application due to late registration or limited space.

There has been an increase in the number of learners qualifying for admission into Bachelor Studies, from 150,737 in 2014 to 166, 263 in 2015. This indicates that universities can always expect a steady increase in the number of applicants every year.

In some cases, some South African universities have struggled to accommodate the high enrolment demand. However, a declined entry into university does not mean that your plans for further education should take a back seat.

There are a number of higher education institutions and colleges that can provide you with a sound qualification, such as Lyceum Correspondence College for Higher Education. The distance learning college offers various qualifications, including specialised accredited degrees, diplomas and Short Learning Programmes.

Distance learning provides you with more independent study, as well as the flexibility of planning your studies to accommodate whatever your lifestyle. This means that you can maintain a working life while studying.

For over 90 years, Lyceum Correspondence College has been educating students in the areas such as Public Safety Studies, Business Studies, Education Sciences and Fleet Management. Some of the niche qualifications the college also provides include Disaster and Safety Management, Traffic and Metropolitan Policing and Grade R Teaching.

Lyceum is dedicated to meeting the changing needs of students in South Africa, and provides an accommodating means of study for learners and professionals.

Find out more about your future with Lyceum by visiting their Facebook page and connect with them.

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