Universal Students in Universal University
Of course, there is no archetypal Universal Student, but he or she will probably have several years of work experience (the average is 5). They tend to occupy a senior management position and welcome the opportunity to prepare for a relevant higher qualification while maintaining their day-to-day responsibilities.
Online University for Online Students
Earn your degree 100% online
All of our online programmes are taught entirely via the internet. You interact with your instructors and classmates ’email style’ whenever you want and wherever you are, making the best use of your valuable time.
We expect you to learn as much from your fellow students as from your instructors. We pick our students carefully to ensure this is the case. Like you, they are experienced professionals, with a thorough understanding of their profession, industry and country.
Your assignments and class discussions are normally based on ‘live’ work issues, and our small class sizes mean you can explore ideas and solutions in real depth. You will usually carry out group projects in a close-knit team of three or four, often across distant time zones, but you will also get plenty of opportunity to show how well you can work independently.
The networks you establish during your programme have potential long-term advantages too. As a member of a diverse global community, you will enjoy easy access to connections and insights that would otherwise be out of reach.
Key benefits of an online degree
- Flexible – to fit into your life and meet your specific subject needs
- Small classes – so you can get personal attention, challenge and be challenged.
- Most classes are pre recorded webinar sessions that you may participate during your own free time schedule.
- Unsurpassed levels of interactivity – with instructors and fellow students around the world
- Unparalleled opportunities for developing the team building, decision making, presentation and other management skills required for the business world of tomorrow
Counseling /Student Support
(Following is directly available through California Secretary of Education)
Many schools have programs that support students. Counseling may be academic, college, or career. Mental health counseling may also be included. Some counseling programs may be for a special group of students like pregnant and parenting students.
The California Department of Education provides funds and training to schools in school counseling and social services.
- For more information about Counseling/Student Support Programs in your area, contact your local school district.
- The Counseling/Student Support – CalEdFacts page provides a more detailed overview of Counseling programs.
- The links and information below were developed for educators and others who operate counseling programs.
Provides resources and strategies in college/career counseling to help students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to make a successful transition from school to work.
Provides services through California School Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE) to improve academic achievement and parenting skills of expectant and parenting students and child development services.
Provides strategies, resources, and training in psychological and mental health issues, including coping with tragedy, crisis intervention and prevention, school psychology and suicide prevention.
Provides information about middle and high school counseling, including funding, general guidelines and technical support, and a district program checklist for the use of tenth grade counseling funds.
Provides information about California State Board of Education policy, the California Education Code and other policies and regulations pertinent to counseling and student support services.
Provides information on school counseling and student support services program effectiveness in the academic, career, and personnel/social counseling program domains.
Provides Web site links and other resources on counseling and student support services and programs.