Frequently Asked Questıons
WHAT IS THE DISTANCE EDUCATION?
Distance education is a learning method that is an alternative to traditional learning methods. In this method, there are efficient programs developed for students. It is an in-stitutional educational activity where students, teachers and teaching materials in differ-ent places are brought together through communication technologies. Thus, the students who want to continue their education can easily continue their education by means of information technology without making any spatial changes.
IS THERE COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE?
There is no compulsory attendance at Brussels Capital University. Lessons can be worked at the desired time. Together with this, there is course pursuance; But the project is not given to the students for the unfinished courses. For this reason, it is very important for the student to study without disrupting their lessons.
ARE THERE CLASS OR COURSE REPETITION?
The student has to make enough notes from the project he has prepared. As long as he cannot get enough notes, he will not be able to take the courses of the other semester. Therefore, in case of failure, the student will take the same lesson again and prepare the homework again.
DO I HAVE REGISTER TO BRUSSELS CAPITAL UNIVERSITY AS A SECOND UNIVERSITY?
Yes. In particular, people who finished any university undergraduate degree, so will be able to study in whatever branches they want and also can be continued their business life.
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