You do not need previous higher education studies but must have successfully completed upper secondary studies. Preparatory studies help students meet the specific entry requirements for certain programmes.
You usually don't need previous higher education studies, though some courses and programmes may have certain higher education course or credit prerequisites. You must have successfully completed upper secondary studies.
Requires a completed bachelor's degree.
Distance education means that you don't have to be physically present on campus for your studies. Most often, this means that lectures and other meetings are held online. Note that some distance courses may have some required physical meetings, while others have none.
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Courses and programmes can begin at different times during the semester. Period 1 begins at the beginning of the semester, period 2 in the middle. The exact course dates can be found in the search results.
Pace is the period of time a course/programme will run in relation to its credits. Studying at a slower pace increases the time it takes to complete a degree.
Full-time pace means a 30 credit course will run for the entire semester (20 weeks), a 15 credit course for half the semester (10 weeks), and a 7.5 credit course for a quarter of the semester (5 weeks).
Courses with a pace of 50% take twice as long to complete as full-time (100%). A 30 credit course will run for two semesters (40 weeks), a 15 credit course for a full semester (20 weeks), and a 7.5 credit course for half a semester (10 weeks).
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