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What happened to the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Triple Award ( BU, VERN and UCAM) and the Doctor of Education (“EdD”) Dual Award ( BU and UCAM) programmes?
Our DBA Triple Award and EdD Dual Award were phased out in September 2022 due to new legislation in Spain that restricts universities from entering joint awards at the Doctoral level.
Therefore, we are no longer offering the DBA Triple Award (BU, VERN & UCAM) and the EdD Dual Award (BU & UCAM).
However, we are still offering the DBA Dual Award (BU & VERN).
Please be reassured that all students registered prior to the teach-out will be allowed to complete the programme within the stipulated time.
For further enquiries or clarifications, please email us at email@example.com, and we will be glad to assist you.
How do I go about applying for a programme?
To apply, please go to the page of your programme of choice and click on the “Enrol Now” tab at the bottom of the page for each programme. Alternatively, should you want more details, just complete the minimum details under “Apply”, and we will be in touch.
Please click here to browse our programmes.
Is there a timetable I need to adhere to?
We generally do not have a set timetable which requires our learners to log in at fixed times every day. Our programmes are taught in a web-based learning environment, and discussion boards are used to ensure that learners can access their programmes at their convenience.
However, some programmes may involve group work. For these programmes, you will be expected to work with your fellow learners. At the start of your programme, your tutor will set a timetable outlining activities that need to be completed and the date of submission.
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All applications must be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the commencement date.
Can I enrol for more than one programme at a time?
You are, of course, welcome to enrol for more than one programme at the same time. However, please be aware of the amount of learning time required to complete each module. To get the best out of our programmes, we advise being mindful of the expected programme load when you enrol.
If you are unsure about which programme to apply for, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I take time off during a programme?
If you wish to take time off during your studies, for example, for medical reasons, please make sure to inform your tutor as soon as possible.
Such requests can be accommodated but you will need to take note of your assessment deadlines etc. and catch up upon return.
Will I be provided with textbooks?
You will not receive any textbooks. All programme notes created by your tutor will be available online for use. In addition to an e-library, we will provide an online support list of recommended e-book reads and where you can find them.
Why do distance learning at Brittany Université?
E-learning has proven itself by transforming the landscape of learning and development from the days of the traditional mode of learning in a classroom to a more creative, transformative, adaptable, and accessible medium for learning. There is clear evidence of the four key benefits that e-learning brings:
- faster delivery
- lower costs
- more effective and flexible learning
- lower environmental impact
Brittany Université aims to facilitate a student’s success in distance learning programmes by providing and promoting an environment of equal opportunity that allows graduates to be employed with the necessary knowledge and skills.
How much time should I devote to each module?
This depends on the number of credits allocated to a module. We recommend that you work out the number of hours you need to spend by assigning 10 hours of study against each credit. So if a qualification has 30 credits hours, you should spend a total of 300 hours and this includes online tutorials, support classes, preparing for assessments and reading time.
How long should it take for me to complete my Programme?
The Bachelor and Master programmes commence on the 1st of every month. The Doctoral programmes commence on the 1st of the months of January, March, May, July , September and November every year.
This will depend on each programme. Please go to the “Notional Hours” section of the programme. You will find our guide relating to the average time that it should take to complete a programme.
Details of the duration for completion, the minimum time required and the maximum time allowed are found in the Programme Specification for the course you are undertaking. It varies between 3 months and 24 months depending on the programme and level.
How am I assessed, for example, do I have to sit for exams?
Depending on the programme, assessments are based on participation, written assignments and worked based learning projects. You must upload all of your submissions to the online portal. Your online tutor will have direct access to your submissions to assess them.
When will I receive my programme material?
As soon as your payment has been processed, you will be given your log in details and granted access to our online learning platform and the programme materials. The commencement date for your programme will be in your acceptance letter.
What information must I provide to get accepted on a Brittany Université course?
For each course you will find information on the qualifications and/or previous work experience you must have. In the first instance, please go to the “Entry Requirements” section on the course page. Alternatively, please contact us.
Please note that many of our courses do not require any previous qualifications or experience. However, for those courses that have such requirements, please go to our “Progression Pathway” page to work out what programmes you can undertake with us.
Brittany Université has made sure it has programmes which will allow you to springboard onto the qualification you wish to attain, but do not currently have the relevant qualifications or experience to do so directly.
Brittany Université has endeavoured to make sure that if you will be able to achieve the entry requirement for any course. All you need therefore is the ambition, drive and desire to learn. We will provide you with all the materials and support you’ll need and, if for any reason you get stuck, we are here to help.
How will Brittany Université support me?
From your first enquiry to your graduation we will be there with you every step of the way. We have a hands-on approach to teaching and learning. From the date of your enrolment, you will have full access to our online learning platform. Upon registration, you will be provided with the contact details of our team. We sincerely encourage you to contact us with any queries or concerns, or if you need support, advice, or clarifications.
Are Brittany Université’s programmes registered with the Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles (RNCP) (National Directory of Professional Certifications)
What is the RNCP?
The RNCP lists all diplomas, professional titles and certificates of professional qualification that are recognized by the State as enabling the exercise of a profession via descriptive sheets with legal publication value.
Brittany Université’s programmes are not currently registered with the National Directory of Professional Certifications, but we are actively working towards this goal for the coming year.
How soon can I begin?
Your application will be assessed by our Academic team and we will notify you once your application has been approved.
Our intakes for the Doctorate level programmes are every once in two months , and intakes for the Master and Bachelor degrees commence monthly, so you can begin your programme as soon as you have been accepted and your initial payment has reached our account.
For further enquiries or clarifications, please email us at email@example.com, and we will be glad to walk you through the process.
What study options are available at Brittany Université?
We provide two study options:
100% online: We are very proud of our truly interactive online learning platform which harnesses the power of e-learning to make learning fun, collaborative and engaging. It is a safe and secure platform for learning from and interacting with dedicated tutors and online classmates.
Blended Learning: Enjoy all the benefits of both having access to our online learning platform and face to face classes at our locally approved Brittany Université learning centres. This allows you to receive additional tutoring and physical classroom interaction with other learners.
To better cater to the needs of our learners we are continually expanding our learning centre network, please contact us for more information about Brittany Université approved learning centres near you.
What are the entry requirements for Brittany Université programmes?
For each programme, you will find information on the qualifications and/or previous work experience required for entry in the “Entry Requirements” section on the programme page. For more enquiries, please contact us.
The programmes we offer are designed to help you advance toward the degree you wish to attain but do not currently have the relevant qualifications or experience to obtain.
We endeavour to make sure that upon successful enrolment into any of our programmes, you are provided with all the materials and support you’ll need to succeed. All you need is to equip yourself with the ambition, drive and desire to learn.
If you encounter any difficulties at any point, we are available to assist you.
Who is Brittany Université?
We are a distance learning university established with one vision in mind – to facilitate and globally make available high-quality qualifications.
We provide quality education to our learners and mentor them through their journey.
Is Brittany Université recognised?
Brittany Université is registered as a Professional Training service provider in accordance to Article R.6351-6 of the French Employment Code, with the prefecture of the region of ILE-DE-FRANCE under Number 11755913675.
Brittany Université is also registered as a private distance learning establishment of Higher Education with the French Ministry of Education in accordance with the French Education Act – Code de l’Education Articles L 444-1 to 444-11 and R 444-1 to 444-28.
Brittany Université is a member of the European Association for Distance Learning (EADL). We are also Qualiopi certified. Qualiopi is a French quality certification mark for training providers. This certification attests to the quality of the processes we have implemented to help develop the knowledge and skills of our students.
What study options are available through Brittany Université?
Brittany Université provides you with three options of study:
- 100% online: We are very proud of our truly interactive online learning platform which harnesses the power of social networking to make learning fun, collaborative and engaging. It is a safe and secure network for you to learn from dedicated tutors and from your online classmates.
- Blended Learning: You will have all the benefits and access to our online learning platform plus some face to face classes at locally approved Brittany Université learning centres. You will therefore receive additional tutoring and have physical classroom interaction with other learners of Brittany Université.
- Full time Classroom Learning: You will have all the benefits and access to our online learning platform plus full-time classes at a locally approved Brittany Université learning centre.
Please note we are continually adding learning centres, so please contact us if there is no Brittany Université Approved Learning Centre near you.
Do I need a computer, laptop or tablet?
Yes, for 100% online and blended learning you will need to either have a computer, laptop or tablet at your disposal or at least have regular access to one. Additionally, please ensure you have a stable internet connection to log on to our online learning platform.
If you choose the full-time classroom study option, you will have access to the facilities and library of your locally approved Brittany Université learning centre to supplement your online classes.
What if I do not have advanced IT skills, will I be able to use the online platform?
Do not worry, you only need basic IT skills to find your way around our online platform.
Can I change my mind and get my money back?
If during the first 14 days of getting access to our online learning platform, you are not completely satisfied with the service offered, you are entitled to a full refund. We want to ensure that our learners are happy with our platform and learning materials. For your refund to be processed on time, we simply request that you contact us as soon as possible.
For learners registered through an approved Brittany Université learning centre, please contact your centre directly for more details about the refund policy.
Can I stop and start a programme?
Yes, as long as the programme is completed within the prescribed time and you have applied for deferment. All programmes have a specified completion date. We do, however, give our learners ample leeway to take some time off and still be able to complete their programme within the allotted timeframe.
Nonetheless, if you need to defer your semester, please contact us as soon as possible.
What should I do if there is a change in my circumstances before or during my programme?
Your best interest is our priority. To ensure the smooth running of your studies with us, we do our utmost to be always available to assist you. For any change in circumstance, please contact us, explaining the change and how it has affected you. Every effort will be made to accompany you during this period and facilitate the completion of your programme.
Please, therefore, get in touch with us via our email or by call.
How do I go about applying for a programme and how soon can I begin?
To apply please go to the page of your programme of choice and click on the “Enrol Now” tab at the bottom of the page for each programme. Alternatively, should you want more details, just fill the minimum details under Apply and we will be in touch.
We have monthly or bi-monthly intakes, so you can begin your programme as soon as you have been accepted and your full payment or the first instalment of payments as applicable to your situation, has been processed and approved by our financial department.
For further enquiries or clarifications, please call us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be glad to walk you through the process.
Is there a graduation ceremony and what will my certificate look like?
Certificates for all undergraduate and postgraduate degrees will be awarded directly by the relevant partner University. To avoid any doubt, this also includes all qualifications achieved through Brittany Université’s undergraduate degree and postgraduate programmes. As partner universities hold their own graduation as well and subject to their discretion, you may also be invited to attend the graduation ceremony.
Are scholarships available to reduce the cost of a course?
Depending on the qualification you choose the tuition fees will vary. The tuition fees are clearly set out on our website and payment plans are available for a number of our programmes(subject to a minimum deposit) to help you customise your payment plan for your convenience.
Please check the website for any scholarships ( if available) that may be open at the time of your application.
For more information on our scholarships or payment plans, please email us at email@example.com
Will I be able to interact with fellow students and tutors?
We believe that studying at home does not mean studying alone! For most of our programmes, you will have access to and benefit from the support of an experienced and knowledgeable tutor. Your tutor will assess and comment on your work and provide feedback and encouragement. You are encouraged to ask questions and engage with your tutor.
Through collaborative learning, you are encouraged and expected to participate and share your views and experiences through the online group Discussion Forum. Working with other members of your group will allow you benefit from the cross fertilisation of ideas and knowledge.
Unless you are in the blended or full-time classroom mode, you are not required to meet up with other members of your programme face to face.