LINKS BELOW. The computer or mobile device that you're watching this video on has the ability to tap into every piece of knowledge that has ever been recorded in the history of man kind. This has me wondering why we still pay tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars for a sheet of paper that certifies that we know stuff. Here are 10 Free or Inexpensive Colleges and Universities.
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10. University of the People
9. World Education University
8. Patten University
7. New Charter University
6. Western Governors University
5. Central Christian College of the Bible
4. Straighter Line
3. Do It Yourself Degree
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Saylor Academy offers almost 100 units worth of classes for free that you take at your own pace. Also has a bunch of legacy courses and developmental classes. Just check with your intended school if they'll accept the credits. https://www.saylor.org
If you want real cheap education with good quality go to Asian top universities....i am talking about Sub Continent to be exact like BANGLADESH INDIA .....they will provide you awesome education and good certificate value as well
So, 1.5 real schools on the list; maybe 2? It's an interesting subject, and online learning is here to stay....however, we aren't at a point where "University of the People" is going to go over well on a resume without some scrutiny.
U of the People is nationally accredited. Quite an accomplishment since the school relies on many teachers volunteering their time, donations from various foundations, and has students from over 130 countries. The school has a clear mission, has stable leadership, and is building relationships with other universities and business professionals.
I would advise stating away from Kaplan the have some courses that are not accredited from the necessary agencies. Here is a video of a women who got scammed by them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQgs4wrAUvU
University of the People is tuition free. i assume you meant to say that you have to pay for exams and all of that. thats specifically, clearly mentioned on their website and paying for stuff like that is not tuition.
Regardless whether these institutions are free or not, or how comprehensive their courses and evaluations are... none of them are even reputable. And I will almost guarantee that most credits conferred by them will NOT transfer to any standard public not-for-profit colleges and universities, which are REGIONALLY accredited.
I agree. I wrote a similar comment. I am looking to go back to school complete bachelors degree (transfer credits). I have an Associates Degree from a regionally accredited college. I was informed that employers check whether or not your degree is regional accredited. I was also informed that national accredited school are not viewed the same as regionally accredited ones.
Are you sure you know what "reputable" means? And as for the myth that the credits won't transfer, it is just that, a myth. Every school evaluates transfer credit on a case-by-case basis, but a place like University of the People (a not-for-profit program) which has to partnerships with NYU, Yale, and Berkeley as well as Professors from those schools working as Professors for UoP, has no trouble getting their student's credits accepted just about everywhere. Stop listening to media propaganda and research for yourself.
Thank you for sharing that video, I applied two months ago with University of the People, After sending my documents for reviews, they sent me an email last week, “I have been admitted” I will study Computer science. I am grateful for you. Thanks again for sharing, we need more people like you. I will post how everything is going soon because I will start in April.😀
Exam fee is $100 per class. Considering there is no tuition (UCLA also has "no" tuition, but about $15,000/year in mandatory fees for residents), materials are provided online, and many of the faculty are volunteers the fee is rather small. There's even scholarships available to those who need assistance.
What you forgot to mention is, in order to get a student VISA, you have to make a "proof" of you being able to pay for your studies - you need to open a bank account in a German bank with min. 7600 EUR per year.
Or you can come to Germany and study here ( normal / presence form ).. we have also studies in "only" english lessons.. VISA for students > to Master 10 or 11 years.. 310 Euros ( tuition fees ) > 1 Semester.... not more but 700 Euros per month > cost living.. ok, you have to work beside... but in Germany no Problem > plenty of work... ok, I hope I could help you a little bit.. !! www.studienwahl.de !!
A warm "Hallo" from Germany to the USA. To your question: 90 % Yes, not nearly for free, but the German-distance-Universities ( state Unis ) are not very expensive.. we have one ( main ) state distance University, it called " Fernuniversität Hagen".. they have 95% blended-learning lessons and the rest lessons, you have to be there, maybe 2 weeks in one year.. ( question and examination weeks ).. and we have other so called "universities of applied science" called "Fachhochschulen", also in distance form.. please visit: www.studienwahl.de for detail informations.. but to your question: price ( tuition fees ) for 1 Semester ( half year ) I think 500 Euros ( distance form ).. but please visit the homepage > "Fernuniversität Hagen" .. also in English language.. and nearly every second ( normal ) state Uni. has in some branches online programms...
but we also have very expensive private Universities ( 5000 Euros per year ) > buisness administration..
!!!! always looking for state Universities !!! > cheaper !!!! please excuse me not perfect english..
For those interested, I'm a founder of Teachur, and we are live now--offering an Associates degree and a Bachelor's degree in philosophy for $1000. We're registered as a proprietary postsecondary school in Utah. More degrees coming soon. You can get to us through the link in the description.
Anthony S for foreign companies in japan, they might care more about the school's, so if the hiring manager looks down on the program you chose, it could affect your ability to get the job. but to satisfy policy requirements of an undergrad degree, any accredited college that you genuinely graduated from will suffice.
yes, you can. i would pick up a teaching certification also, but for a japanese company any degree that is verifiable (though will probably never be verified) will do for teaching english or doing any other job really, for those that require a degree no matter what.
you would need to check with the company you want to teach for. uopeople is nationally accredited and would probably suffice for most of the programs. you can also pick up a teaching cert on the side which would probably be of more interest to them than where you did your undergrad anyway.
If you really want inexpensive universities go to Asia lol tuitions here are only a few hundred dollars per semester even in the top schools in the country. Lots of Asians then go to the US and other countries, and get six figure salaries.
That comes out to $4k for a 4 year BS degree which is approximately half of what many people spend on books and other materials during the course of their 4 year brick and mortar. Paid per exam when you take the exam so that is spread out over the course of your studies.
Cool suff. But I am going to attend Jethro Bodean's Skool of Double Nought Spies. James Bond will never knew who passed him up when I get my degree. I'll be like "Oh, James Bond huh? Suck it!" and he'll be like "Not fair! I'm disturbed and slightly shaken.".
Epic 10 List Online degrees require a LOT of motivation and discipline, but if you're motivated (either the by the prospect or cost etc. of these degrees) then I'd say worth it. Accreditation and employability are very important for online degrees though 😊
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