Now, with the advent of various types of universities, a huge number of forms of education have appeared that allow students to get an education without even coming to the city where the institute building is located.
The main form for most universities, however, remains full-time education, which involves attending lectures and seminars by the student, as well as conducting self-study. The full-time or full-time form of education is still the most popular, since it is believed that only under the guidance of an experienced teacher can a student fully study his future speci alty. "Diaries", in addition, enjoy various benefits, and with good academic performance are encouraged by a scholarship. With the traditional system of education, the session is held 2-3 times a year, however, modular education is gaining popularity, which involves the control of knowledge after studying the module.
Part-time education is a familiar "evening". Students of the evening department attend classes 3-5 times a week forin the evenings, but they usually have much fewer classroom hours than daytime students. Evening students do not receive scholarships and benefits that students who choose full-time study enjoy, but they have the opportunity to get a full-time job, because in most universities classes for such students begin around 19 hours. Often the evening department is paid, it is popular with those who receive a second or third higher education on a commercial basis.
Correspondence education involves independent study of disciplines and attending a university only to control knowledge during the session period. In thisway, you can get several diplomas at once, however, without a doubt, this way of learning is only suitable for very focused and disciplined people who can learn without teachers and seminars.
In recent years, various distance learning options have emerged. With the development of network technologies, it has become possible to organize webinars, online lectures, and more. Using technical innovations, even people who, for various reasons, do not have the opportunity to study in the traditional form, will be able to get an education and improve their skills. Such training can take place both online, that is, practically with the "live" presence of the student, which strongly resembles face-to-face training, and offline. But such a plan of distance learning is different in that all forms of control also passremotely: online tests, using various communication programs and other network resources. At the same time, the student's honesty remains on his conscience, and the university can send a document on successfully completed studies by express mail.
A very special place is occupied by full-time distance learning, which assumes that students will listen and study part of the course under the supervision of lecturers and teachers, and learn part on their own. As a rule, the face-to-face part is very short and intense, in the case of short-term courses it is 2-3 days, while the remote part takes up to 10-14 days.
Any form: evening, part-time, remote, as well as regular full-time - they are all equally good, but suitable for people with different characters, goals, mindsets. So, it’s worth considering how much face-to-face training is necessary in this particular case, it might be worth saving both time and money.