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Is it actually useful? Maybe for personal interest but would employers find it valuable?
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Is it actually useful? Maybe for personal interest but would employers find it valuable?
It would depend upon what you studied. If you studied modules applicable to your employment route then yes employers would find it valuable (particularly if you listed the modules). If not then no, they probably wouldn't.

I have a BSc Open and the OU and other careers advice experts have advised that I list my subject in brackets after the degree name so on my CV it reads BSc Open (biology), just to make it clear that I did study a specialist subject. No employer has questioned the 'Open' (I think most assume it is something to do with the OU naming of degrees), they were only interested to confirm I had a biology-based degree.
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