While you can generally structure your study time as you need to, there are scheduled online sessions through which you can receive mediated support, assignment and examination deadlines and timetables, to keep your studies moving forward.
A reliable internet connection, own device with (at least) Windows 8 and Google Chrome, are all essential for any student enrolling for this programme.
DURATION AND MODE OF DELIVERY
Marketing Management is offered as a distance SLP.
WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF DISTANCE STUDIES?
The distance delivery mode provides the student with the opportunity to study in the comfort of their home and to plan the study workload according to their individual pace. The study material, which has been carefully designed with distance students' needs in mind, entails the following:
A learner guide designed to lead the student through the textbook. It includes questions and answers for practice and revision.
An online learning portal, containing interactive, media rich activities for students to engage with in order to deepen their understanding of the subject matter.
An online tutor who maintains the human experience of the learning process.
Students will have the option of securing a number of face-to-face support workshops that will be offered by each of The IIE Varsity College exam centres. These sessions are highly recommended, as they provide the opportunity for rich discussion and conceptual engagement as well as an opportunity to meet fellow students. Students who attend face-to-face sessions are more likely to be motivated and to remain committed to their studies. However, should students opt not to attend any of these support workshops, the lecturer guide, textbook and online facilitation will provide the necessary support for student success.
NOTE: If you are interested in these face-to-face support workshops, please indicate this at point of registration.
The SLP fee excludes all programme material, which becomes the property of the student. This material is a valuable source of ongoing reference.
Students will be required to complete assignments and an examination.