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In this fast age of career progress and connectivity, distance learning has become a norm. Countless candidates are flocking to distance education centers for enrolling in courses that will benefit them in their work and career.
However, in their haste, they tend to let their guard down and get burned. A prospective student should understand that they are investing their hard earned time and money in distance learning process and should strive to get the maximum return on investment.
Read on to find 5 things to consider while opting for distance learning.
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30th October 2014 From India, Mumbai
The contents of this article are vague. It states a part of the "what" but not the "how".
For eg. one should ask an institute who is marketing a particular course for the names of ORGANIZATIONS who regularly hire their students and speak to those organizations and the students who are placed there. This way you will find out the actual validity of the course in the job market.
You can also check the credentials with the university through which it claims to be affiliated. And so on...
The other points mentioned have nothing to do with considering distance courses but are generic points which can be applied to any course.
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31st October 2014 From India, Mumbai
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