EDU faculty and staff are experienced with blended learning formats that have attracted thousands of learners from all around the world. From application to graduation our students are constantly engaging with us while studying, even if they are not in a physical building.
At EDU learning online does not mean that you will never meet the faculty. Our tutor and mentor staff reflect EDU’s commitment to personalised learning environments.
Every aspect of our programme offerings are developed and evaluated in cooperation with disciplinary partner institutions and international organisations, such as the National Commission for Further and Higher Education (NCFHE) and the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD).
From tech support to grades, your main support system comes in the form of qualified Tutors and Mentors. They will engage in regular feedback with you to tailor approaches and solutions to the specific education and personal needs, as well as your individual preferences. They ensure a more well-rounded learning experience and are there to support your learning beyond the online learning environment.
You can read more about the roles of your tutors and mentors in the Student Handbook.