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We get a huge number of students who are always stunned by the concept of enrolling on a course at any time, any place. We, in the UK, are quite entrenched in this idea that education starts and stops at certain seasons or months in our yearly calendar. Surely December is the least likely time in the year for people to consider embarking on a new educational commitment. Christmas spending aside, why is this the case?

A phone rests on a table beside an old book which has a pair of glasses on it.
 

If you work full time or have a family to take care of, or you live out in the sticks, or all the above, the option to study for the set terms is not really an option and your desire to study needs to meet with your current schedules and commitments.

Academy for Distance Learning is here for students that want the flexibility to start their studies literally at any time they want. Do you want to start a course in the middle of the week? Please be or guest! Enroll and get your name our register, you'll have online access within 24 hours of your enrollment (sometimes faster). Provided it's a weekday, of course, the staff here isn't able to communicate with their PCs while skying in Scotland at the weekends. 😉

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