It goes without saying that Charles Darwin University is the sort of institution that can give you the vital leg-up you need in life to achieve your goals, but just how do you manage to fit study into your already-busy lifestyle? Of course, they’ve got answers for that already.

Having been around since 2003, Charles Darwin University has spent close to two decades providing its students with the skills they need to embrace life by way of a number of academic and vocational degrees.

Of course, anyone would gladly tell you that life can get a bit busy sometimes, with your average person not particularly in a position to spend hours a day on campus, especially if they’re trying to hold down other commitments such as full-time work.

Thankfully, Charles Darwin University understands this, and provides its current and prospective students the sort of flexibility we need in this day and age, with its online study options among some of the best in the country.

Providing 24/7 academic and tech support to students, courses are presented via an easy-to-use online learning platform, which allows access to materials such as text, video, or audio files on demand.

As Charles Darwin University explains, as long as you’ve got a laptop, mobile, or tablet with an internet connection, you’re pretty much in prime position to study online, with lectures, interactive classes, assessment submission, and communication with study buddies and lecturers done online via their online learning platform, Learnline.

As a result, this means that you can practically learn according to your schedule, with Learnline accessible via most platforms and providing materials in a range of formats, including text, audio, or video.

This also means that your subject load can be flexible as well. While Charles Darwin University explains that each subject ideally requires between 10-12 hours of study each week (to accomodate formal contact hours, including lecturers and tutorials, and support hours for reading and revision), depending on whether you choose to study part-time or full-time, you would be undertaking between one to four subjects per semester.

To make things better, Charles Darwin University also offers a range of scholarships for both online and on-campus students, while the costs involved in studying online remain the same as for those studying in-person. Most courses can also be done wholly online, though some mixed-mode study (that is, some online, some in-person) may be required for some undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

Meanwhile, Charles Darwin University has also been removing any stigma that may be associated with online study, noting that all of their degrees – be they achieved via in-person or online study – all carry the same professional accreditations.

Of course, any decisions around studying online should only be made following some research via Charles Darwin University’s webpage, including information about whether the course is right for you, and whether online study is something that suits your own personal lifestyle.

If online study isn’t quite something that seems right for you, Charles Darwin University also offers a range of other methods of study, including the ability for students to study from its main campuses in the Northern Territory (located in Casuarina, Palmerston, Katherine, Alice Springs) or its New South Wales location Sydney.

This provides a hands-on learning experience that allows students to rub shoulders with fellow students and receive the necessary support and information that they need via an in-person method.

Or of course, should none of the campuses be close to you, Charles Darwin University also has a wide variety of centres spread out across the country, including locations in the Northern Territory (Jabiru, Katherine, Tennant Creek, or the Darwin Waterfront), or in Perth, Brisbane, and Melbourne.

All of these locations and centres put the same focus on education as each other, meaning that no matter where you’re located across the country, you’ll be able to receive the same level of support and attention as any other student, and making sure your Charles Darwin University experience is the best that it can be.

Whether living on campus, studying from a campus, or curating your education online, Charles Darwin University exists to ensure that you’re getting the best possible education for your desired field possible, ensuring you’re set up to take on the world upon graduation.

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