In an ever-increasing online world, it’s unsurprising that the online education provision is growing. Students do almost everything online, from shopping to dating and social networking – but how do they feel about studying online?
The Online Study Survey will offer higher education providers vital market and audience intelligence on which to base strategic decisions about the provision of online learning.
With a lack of robust data, it is extremely challenging for decision-makers in institutions to make well-informed choices about which subject areas are most likely to be successful for them in the online space. With the aim of providing insight into student motivations and the demand and attitudes toward online learning, Natives GC analysed over 250,000 different data points and conducted 2,164 deep-dive interviews with students from across 119 different UK institutions to get a truly national picture.
And what did the team uncover?
- People expect online postgraduate courses to be cheaper, but do we know what this relates to?
- Flexibility is a key perceived difference between online and traditional postgraduate, and this is the top thing that online learners like about the format
- There are a number of perceived barriers to online learning which include lack of face-to-face interaction, respect and poorer standards of teaching
- And much more…
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