Working and learning, including to university level

Using work to gain a higher education qualification

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Many students are interested in knowing how they can not only combine work and a degree, but use a work environment to help them gain a degree. Studying in this way means that you can gain a valuable higher level qualification and also develop the skills employers are looking for in that job sector. There are many higher education level courses which enable you to learn in the workplace as well as the classroom.

University level courses that are work-related

Assessment

Assessment on work-related degree level courses does vary according to the course but can involve doing projects in the workplace, work-related assignments, written assessments, examinations and workplace assessment. Assessment will also look at how learning is applied in a work environment.

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