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Students in the UAE can now access the University’s broad and varied online provision
The University of Liverpool has been officially recognised by the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MoHESR) as a provider of online degree programmes.
Liverpool has been added to the MoHESR list of universities offering online degrees, demonstrating to students that the University’s online programmes offer interactive e-learning and are recognised by the government and accredited in the country that the institution is based in. In addition, it shows that the minimum length of study for an online programme is taught for the same period as traditional degrees.
“This recognition demonstrates our online degree programmes meet the same requirements and standards as our traditional campus-based programmes, and it is a testament to the dedication and commitment of our University to provide post-graduate degree programmes in a flexible, international and collaborative learning environment.
“It also further validates for our students, alumni and prospective students in the UAE that their degree will be recognised by current and prospective employers as well as by the Ministry.”
Through its dynamic learning environment, the University’s online learning model enables students to earn an advanced academic degree without interrupting their career from wherever they are based in the world.
To view the UAE’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research’s list of recommended universities for e-learning, please visit http://www.mohesr.gov.ae/En/E-Services/Pages/Electronic_Recommended_Institute.aspx.
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