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Management Class Product Groups:

1. Open Educational Resources are customizable MOOCs-like pre-university level courses which offer education and training at all levels throughout the world, Read more and feel free to join Management Class Global Group.

2. Learning Centres  using Management Class' customizable pubic programmes, courses and modules introduce, publish and share our institutional and organizational partners' degree or higher vocational qualifications level programmes and courses to international clients for online and/or campus-based delivery.

Study in Bangladesh

When we step into university life, most of us also start pondering over how to earn our pocket money instead of being dependent on our parents. There comes the question how to earn easily without hampering study? Also, for pursuing higher education, many students move to new cities and it seems hard, especially for female students, to find a proper work opportunity and earn while also ensuring own security. Yes, you can consider taking of a part time job, although we don’t have a culture of on campus part time job yet in Bangladesh. And with no previous job experience landing a part time job is also a difficult option for students. You can also go for tuition. But it feels too anachronistic and dull and you learn very little if you really want to make something meaningful.

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List of universities in Bangladesh

Published on 29 Dec 2014

Experience of studying at The Sylhet Khazanchibari International School in Sylhet Bangladesh.

ALISON: Transforming Global Online Learning

Published on 28 Oct 2013

2013 WISE Awards winner ALISON is transforming global online learning through its free interactive multimedia basic education and workplace skills training courses with certification. ALISON is a for-profit social enterprise and one of the world's most popular free learning websites providing over 500 courses to two million registered learners across every country. 

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World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) is an international, multi-sectoral and action-oriented platform for innovation in education that connects innovators, nurtures new ideas, and recognizes and supports successful initiatives that are helping revitalize education.

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What is Online Learning 1

Published on 23 Sep 2013

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Alison Pre-university Certificates and Diploma Courses

Published on 5 Feb 2013

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Starting a new course can be daunting as we can often doubt our ability and skills in learning. Fortunately, learning can be improved by the development of new personal study skills and practices. This free online course gives you the opportunity to understand how to learn effectively, teaches the fundamental skills necessary to improve your learning and performance and helps you to achieve both academic and personal success. The topics covered include key skills in learning, good academic practise and how to find information. You will also focus on developing your reading and thinking skills which are vital in any course of study. This course is ideal for preparing prospective students for life as a student and for life-long learners working in businesses and organisations.

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 Roadmap to Online College Student Decision Making

A Roadmap to Online College Student Decision Making

Understanding what resonates with the online student will help colleges and universities better serve this growing audience. The third annual research report on past, present and prospective online students reveals how they think about online education.

The “Online College Students 2014: Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences” report, a joint project of Learning House and Aslanian Market Research, shares the findings of the third annual survey of 1,500 former, current and future online students. This third annual report reveals how students make the decision to earn their degree online, what marketing messages appeal to them, what they want to study, and more.

Some key findings of the Online College Students 2014 report

  • Online students are studying further away.
    Fifty-four percent of students attend an institution within 100 miles of where they live, showing a three-year trend of students increasingly willing to attend an institution farther from home. (In 2012, 80% reported attending an institution within 100 miles of where they lived. This declined to 69% in 2013.)
  • Cost and financial aid important, but not critical.
    Although students reported that cost was a primary selection factor when choosing an online degree program, approximately two-thirds of respondents said they did not choose the most inexpensive program. Only 20% said they would not attend an institution if financial aid was not offered, although approximately half said they would need financial aid.
  • Job placement messaging resonates.
    When given a choice of 18 marketing messages, the overwhelming favorite was “90% job placement.” This makes sense, given that a large majority of students pursuing an online degree are doing so for job-related reasons.
  • Transfer credit makes a difference.
    Approximately 80% of students have earned credit elsewhere, and those students want to bring that credit with them. Having a clearly defined, generous, and easy-to-navigate transfer credit policy can help institutions stand apart.

Via: www.learninghouse.com

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