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I’d like some urgent advice from you guys. I need to find an institution that delivers a BA degree via online like distance learning. I’ve been searching but I can barely find any the reason being, I tried university the traditional way last year and have enrolled again this year to a different course but since I take care of my mother and I have a condition called IBS it’s so so hard for me to be at 2 places at once and I want my money’s worth and actually get a degree instead of wasting the university’s time and also mine. Do I count as a mature student? I’m 20 years old, almost 21. Please advise me and help me out, I’m looking to study Marketing BA or Business BA/Business with Marketing but any other degrees depending on the content I would consider (obviously not going to go for a degree that I don’t know anything about or have no interest in). Right now my flares are really bad and I know it will carry on into the academic year as it did last year.
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The reason there isn’t many distance learning providers in the UK is because the Open University is so good.
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Hi!


I’d like some urgent advice from you guys. I need to find an institution that delivers a BA degree via online like distance learning. I’ve been searching but I can barely find any the reason being, I tried university the traditional way last year and have enrolled again this year to a different course but since I take care of my mother and I have a condition called IBS it’s so so hard for me to be at 2 places at once and I want my money’s worth and actually get a degree instead of wasting the university’s time and also mine. Do I count as a mature student? I’m 20 years old, almost 21. Please advise me and help me out, I’m looking to study Marketing BA or Business BA/Business with Marketing but any other degrees depending on the content I would consider (obviously not going to go for a degree that I don’t know anything about or have no interest in). Right now my flares are really bad and I know it will carry on into the academic year as it did last year.
You should definitely consider the Open University. Here are their business degrees:

http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/find/b...and-management

Not sure if you're interested, but they've also introduced a new course in Data Science which you could check out: http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/qualifications/r38
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