Part Time and WILP Study Programmes

Professional development provided with flexible hours of studying without having to leave your current job can be an added advantage for those wanting to opt for part time study programs. 

The education is available to students at every stage and one can choose to go for many certificate, diploma, and degrees programmes like bachelors and masters, doctorate or post doctoral. Part Time programmes are considered same level as full time programme, however admission requirements are not the same. For an example, to enroll in part time programme one may need to produce certificate of experience from current place of employment. These programmes are originally designed to accelerate education for working class people and give hands-on professional training to students who are enrolled in a full time programmes. 

Many students start working early in life due to various reasons. It's challenging to balance work and full time education at the same time. And it is even more of  trouble if work hours coincides with  a full-time course. Part time courses are blessing to those who pursue a full time job. Part-time study is the perfect solution if you wish to continue working and at the same time upgrade your job profile by adding relevant skill sets.  

More and more, universities are realizing the need to provide for their learners' specific need for career growth. The greatest benefit of taking part time programme is being able to manage your studies with your work and family commitments. Part time study provides the flexibility and balance to the nitty-gritty’s of life, and provides the financial benefits of being able to continue working. 

WILP (Work Integrated Learning Programmes), have started to now make a change from the earlier methods of education. The programme precisely focuses on initiating on the educational needs and equipping individuals with skills that will give a head start to their careers. 

WILP programmes solve this problem faced by working professionals by providing course structures that are designed in a flexible manner so as to cater to the requirements of individual students. 

As organizations are now recognizing the gap between upgraded technological knowledge among employees, we see an upward rise in employers encouraging their employees to go for executive education programmes.If you are studying a professional degree, it might be to your advantage to combine work with study as experiences gained in your professional life will add extent and relevance to your academic development. Some taught programmes, particularly the professionally adapted ones, are only available by part time study method.  

This gives the student a chance to resolute their own ways of looking at problems in the real world. This establishes a strong foreground for connecting theory and procedure. ï»¿