Part-time learning popular with Scotland’s students

Forty percent of Scotland’s students are now taking part-time study options as people try to balance work with studying. The Scottish Government has also provided financial assistance for part-time students.flexible learning

The Open University and Scotland’s universities have seen soaring interest in part-time options, particularly in science, technology and engineering subjects. There are over 272,000 students in Scotland, of which 110,000 are part-time.

Here at Glasgow Caledonian University, we can offer part-time education programmes to allow workers to study in the evenings or top up their skills with flexible work-based learning.

Let the Applied Knowledge Exchange help your business boost its staff skills with part-time studying.

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