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Our tuition fees are also up to a third less than traditional campus universities because with Arden you only pay for what matters – high quality courses and a fantastic learning experience. We are committed to providing value for money for our students.
We want people to benefit from modern, accessible and flexible ways of learning online and in study centres that truly support their career ambition. You can read some testimonials from our students: https://arden.ac.uk/studying-with-us...r-students-say
We have University status which has been awarded to us by the UK government and reflects their confidence that our academic standards, financial status, and governance structure meet the stringent criteria required for the University title. Like all UK universities, our quality and standards are regularly reviewed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) and our most recent annual monitoring review received a commendable outcome. You can read the report on our institution profile on the QAA website: http://www.qaa.ac.uk/reviews-and-rep...UKPRN=10005451
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Dear yaqub_umaru, good luck in your ongoing studies.
The Arden Team.
I'm also a student and Student Rep for Arden University and as Murdo Lamont says, Arden is indeed a real University not only with a Campus but they are also paving the way for distant learning, giving students real choice and opportunity they may not get.
Again, I have the same view as Murdo, I've not experienced this from Arden.
Like any institute, problems will always arise but when they do, Arden is quick to rectify them and offer excellent student support.
I would suggest talking to Arden and talk to the employer and see what the issue is. I am confident Arden will want to help you!
I hope you get this matter sorted and good luck in the future!
I am not a disgruntled Arden student - though clearly you expected me to be which tells us yards about the 'student experience' at Arden.
In your experience, would good universities accept a degree from Arden as sufficient qualification for a Master's?
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