The journey is different but your goal is the same.
Start your foundation course online with
ONCAMPUS Online & progress to university in 2021.
Our flexible study options will keep you on track for University success. That’s why we have launched
ONCAMPUS Online has been developed by expert academic tutors at ONCAMPUS and specialist learning designers from CEG Digital.
You will acquire new knowledge through weekly lectures and webinars. You will get feedback and opportunities to interact with your peers and tutors to challenge your thinking.
Education is always changing. Although your mode of delivery is different, the academic content is the same. In 2021, progress to University with
ONCAMPUS Online has been developed by expert academics from ONCAMPUS partners, in collaboration with the specialist learning design and development team at CEG Digital. Courses are delivered as user-friendly weekly units, to give students both the confidence and the flexibility to learn effectively online, at any time, from anywhere in the world.
Each module is developed and quality assured, based on key principles of Cambridge Education Group Digital’s pedagogical framework, which has been proven to contribute to sector-leading results for student satisfaction, retention and attainment
How will I learn?
Each week contains a blend of live lectures and webinars, delivered by
ONCAMPUS Tutors, plus a consistent series of formative assessment activities, including forum discussions, practice quizzes and written-response exercises that improve retention of new knowledge and enable a deeper understanding of key concepts.
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Same expert ONCAMPUS tutors
Students follow the same program with the same expert teachers and the same guaranteed progression options.
ONCAMPUS online is developed by CEG Digital, experts in online learning for top Universities in the UK.
Students follow a clear and consistent modular and weekly structure.
Students will be able to access their course content online from anywhere in world.
Forum discussions and live webinars encourage students to learn actively and engage socially with classmates and tutors.
Tutors will constantly stay in touch with students to ensure they are engaging with materials/activities and making good progress. Tutors will provide feedback throughout each module to encourage reflection and improve student outcomes.
Students can playback lectures and webinars, and complete supporting activities at a time that suits them.
Throughout delivery, Tutors and Centre staff will run additional social activities and personal tutorials to ensure that students feel supported and fully integrated into the ONCAMPUS community, prior to their arrival on campus.
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And progress to one our centres based on university campuses throughout the UK. Our programmes offer guaranteed opportunity for progression* to a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes when students successfully complete our programmes.
* Guaranteed progression is subject to meeting the specified entry criteria. FAQs
What equipment do I need?
You will need to have access to a laptop, tablet or computer that meets a minimum specification. In order to check if your laptop, tablet or computer meets this minimum specification, please check the information below for different operating systems. We also recommend you having a working webcam so that you can see your fellow classmates and tutors online. You will need to have access to a reliable internet connection.
Windows 10 / 10S
32 and 64-bit versions are both supported.
Pentium 4 or newer processor that supports SSE2
512 MB of RAM
100 MB of hard drive space for installation (minimum 1 GB required to start an exam)
.NET Framework 4 or higher
macOS 10.11 and higher
Macintosh computer with an Intel x86 processor
512 MB of RAM
100 MB of hard drive space (for installation, minimum 1 GB required to start an exam)
ChromeOS: Current and second last version
1.7 GHz processor or faster
1 GB RAM
100 MB of hard drive space (for installation, minimum 100 MB required to start an exam)
How will I learn online?
We have worked with the award-winning CEG Digital to develop an online programme that brings together our face to face teaching experience and their digital expertise to create a platform that is welcoming to students and easy to use. We’ve developed an approach to online learning that blends innovative ways of accessing lectures and discussions with opportunities to practice and consolidate your learning every step of the way. You access everything through an easy-to-use online platform: Your course content, your connections with other students and tutors and rich learning resources.
We have retained a ‘live’ (synchronous) element to the programmes to ensure that we use our tutor’s presentation experience and get you used to listening to lectures in, and interacting with others in, English. Some content you can work through at your own pace and some you will have delivered live. Your tutor will spend time giving you feedback on your in-class interaction and contribution as well as your submitted work. We will help you to get ready for the UK academic culture by ensuring that you participate in it.
What are hybrid classes and will I have to take them?
If you have started your course online and have travelled to the UK to continue your studies, depending on UK government guidelines, you may have some hybrid classes. This means that if social distancing is still in place in the UK when you arrive you are likely to have some face to face lessons in the classrooms but you will also have to access some material online for self-study or live lectures from your accommodation. This will be similar to the online material.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment takes 2 forms – checking your understanding every week on the online product and longer pieces of work that you will submit as homework. Most courses have a mid-term and end of term assessment that are closer in style to exams and allow us to understand how ready you are to take these exams. Summative assessment (the assessment that makes up your grade) will be the same in the online and face to face programmes and varies from course to course. It could be a written exam, a practical assignment (experiment in science for example) or an essay or presentation. You will be told about the assessment for your course in detail at the beginning of the course.
Will my progression to university be affected?
Because the assessment is the same for online and face to face – at whatever time you join the programme face to face you will have
guaranteed progression to our partners. For those of you applying through UCAS – the learning outcomes are the same for both online and face to face modes of delivery. How do I enjoy the social side of university online?
We will ensure that you have a platform where you can meet other students and start to make friends. You will make friends in the classroom (either virtually or face to face) and there will be social events taking place online, e.g. zoom quiz nights, as well as face to face where government guidelines allow. We know your cultural and social experience is important to you and we will make sure we continue to give you opportunities to mix. You will have access to all the social events at our partner universities too.
How do I get help from tutors if it is out of hours / a big time difference gap?
During your live lessons, you will have access to your tutors in real-time. Where lessons are not live you will be given clear information about when tutors will be available to help you. You will be able to schedule appointments with them as needed via email or video calls and we will always aim to answer your questions as quickly as possible. Tutors will also make use of the VLE to share information with you to support your studies.
What support will I get?
You will have support in the same way you would for face to face lessons, this will be provided by our expert tutors and support staff.
What is the difference between synchronous (live) and asynchronous (not live) sessions?
You can think of synchronous lessons as being when you have a tutor directing your learning in real time, this might be via a lecture, or it could be via a guided session when the tutor gives you a short presentation and then asks you to complete some further work. Asynchronous sessions are where you will be undertaking learning without a ‘live’ tutor. This might be a recorded lecture, or it could be some work you are asked to do with some written instruction from your tutor.
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