The Education Director of South Asia, working within the UK college, has announced that they will be reducing course fees for the 2014 academic year to encourage more South Asian and Middle Eastern students to pursue distance learning programmes. The reason for this is to give more students in South Asia and the Middle East, who have a general lack of opportunities, the chance of being selected for places as the universities where competition is fierce for the small number of available.
Students studying outside of these countries are very rare due to the struggling economy, which has affected all families and increased their already difficult financial burdens. Instead of pursuing further education abroad, students have concentrated on finding jobs in their home country in order to help out their families. Therefore, reduced course fees and the appointments of hundreds of Career Advisers in each country of South Asia and the Middle East will inspire the students to apply for our advanced diploma programmes.
The College currently supports for students, who are pursuing construction studies to easily get employment through studying a standard education from UK through distance learning programme.