Our Tutored eLearning or Blended Learning approach combines the advantages of gaining an internationally recognised degree with the benefits of studying at a local centre.
With Tutored eLearning, the University works with carefully chosen local universities, colleges or training centres in a partnership.
The University of Hertfordshire will support you through your study by offering:
The Support Partner will provide, as a minimum:
The partner may also provide additional services at their discretion. Consult your Support Partner for further details and information on fees.
If you are successful, you will be awarded a degree from the University of Hertfordshire. In common with the standard online programme, assessment is through coursework or in-class tests.
Application is made directly to the University, but usually with the help of the local partner college or centre. Contact your local Tutored eLearning Partner [link to Tutored eLearning Partner page] to establish what they have to offer, and they will help you apply.
You will need the entry requirements defined for the standard online programme. You will need to send us:
You should apply as early as possible, and no later than 4 weeks before the start of the course. The University will inform you if you have been offered a place either directly or through the partner.
The fees are determined by the local partner and are normally requested in local currency. Please check the arrangements with your local partner.
Bachelor of Science with Honours (level 6 direct-entry)
Individual partner colleges may only offer selected titles please consult them for a list.
For the BSc Computer Science and BSc Information Technology, note that the University only offers the final year (Level 6) ie a top-up from a two year (240 credit) diploma. Partners may offer study programmes that provide the necessary qualification(s) to meet our entry requirements, but this is independent of the University.