BBC Article Reports 40% Student Increase in Foundation Course
A recent BBC article suggests that foundation degrees are becoming an increasingly popular choice, with enrolment figures increasing by 40% in the last 2 years.
Foundation Degrees allow students to gain the equivalent of two thirds of a bachelor degree whilst working at the same time, giving them the opportunity to gain invaluable work experience.
RDI offer HNC and HND programmes which are similar to Foundation degrees. Students receive their materials through RDI's pioneering online campus - ilearn, and receive full tutor support. An HND can be completed within two years and affords students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience that on-campus students miss out on.
RDI have supported over 50,000 university students in the UK and around the world over the last 20 years.
All of the degree, Masters and MBA qualifications offered have the exact same status and certificate as those studied on a university campus.
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