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Online Teaching and Learning

Studying abroad is not always the best option for a growing number of international students, and financial costs, visa requirements and family circumstances are usually among the main obstacles that prevent international students from traveling to pursue their academic achievement abroad.

Fortunately, many international universities have begun to offer online study programs specifically targeted at those students who are unable to attend university halls. In this article, we gather for you the top 10 recommended universities for distance study.

Victoria University - Australia

An Australian public university, the main campus is located in the city of Melbourne, and the number of students exceeds 14,000, of whom about 21% are international students. According to the 2018 edition of QS TopUniversities, Victoria University ranks among the top 700 universities in the world. You can contact the university directly via this link.

AUT-Auckland University of Technology

The second largest university in New Zealand has its main campus located in the capital, Auckland, and AUT graduates usually receive recognition from employers and human resource managers as 94% of graduates get paid work within 6 months of graduation.

46% of its 18,000 students are international, and it ranks 464th globally according to QS Top Universities. You can download the University Academic Handbook and contact the University by clicking here.

 Nottingham Trent University, UK

One of the most famous creative universities in the United Kingdom, dating back to 1843, with a student body of about 28,000 students. According to the QS Bulletin of the World's Best Universities, Nottingham Trent University is ranked 801-1000 in the 2018-2019 academic year. Communication with the university is always open via this link.

University of Southampton-UK

One of the leading universities in the United Kingdom and is ranked 96th in the world among the best universities in the world, and it is one of the founding universities of the Russell Research Group.

Today, the University of Southampton hosts more than 23,000 students, of which a quarter are international students. You can contact the university directly by clicking here.

The University of Arizona-America

It is located in the American University of Tucson and is considered one of the most prominent universities in the country, as it is ranked 246 in the list of the best universities in the world, and it is highly ranked when it comes to studying archeology, anthropology, earth sciences and mining engineering.

Today, about 41,000 students study at the university, and dozens of study programs are available online. You can contact the University of Arizona at any time via this link.

Cardiff University - Britain

One of the largest research universities in the United Kingdom and has always won national awards for research excellence, and is ranked 145 among the best universities in the world.

Cardiff University is keen to develop the research community and annually offers undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships worth up to two million pounds.

In addition to the dozens of study programs it provides for students, the university now offers a number of online courses and study programs. You can contact the university and get answers to your inquiries from here.

University of New South Wales, Sydney, UNSW Sydney- Australia

Consistently ranked as one of the top 50 universities in the world, UNSW currently hosts more than 40,000 students from nearly 130 countries, and ranks 28th on the Graduate Employment Index 2018.

The university has a large number of partnerships both inside and outside Australia and it guarantees its graduates excellent priority at the start of their careers. Do you have any questions about studying remotely at UNSW? You can contact the university directly from here.

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