Flexible and Online Learning
Enjoy the rewards of online learning with the state-of-the-art learning portal – by connecting to industry-experienced lecturers and fellow students at the click of a button. View online tutorials and much, much more. Discover the future of education with William Blue.
Courses Available Through Online Learning
- Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)
- Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)
- Bachelor of Business (Event Management)
- Bachelor of Business
- SIT50307 Diploma of Hospitality
- Nationally-Recognised, Industry-Driven Courses
- Flexible Learning
- Affordable Pricing
- High-Level Support
Flexible and online learning (commonly known as distance education or correspondence education) continues to grow in popularity. Teaching and learning take place online rather than in a classroom, allowing for complete flexibility to study when and where you want.
Reasons why many individuals choose to study online include:
- Nationally-accredited qualifications
- Responsive, one-on-one personalised tutorial support and service
- High quality curriculum and learning materials designed for learning anywhere anytime
- Facilitated communication between students, academics and support staff
- Online students receive the same quality qualification as on-campus students
- Access to one of the largest online library in Australia with over 70 million articles available Industry experience
- FEE-HELP available on Bachelor courses, meaning no up-front tuition costs.
How does it all work?
You’ll receive all your study materials by mail before your course begins – a feature not offered by most online courses. Our courses provide all the benefits of online education with additional learning materials and support. On line study allows you to:
- Alter your study load to suit your needs and enrol in as little as 1 unit every trimester. Each unit requires around 8-10 hours of study per week
- Submit your assessments securely online
- Connect with lecturers and fellow students via group activities and communication channels in a learning community. In many ways it is more personalised and intimate than a traditional classroom-based environment.