University of chester e learning

University of chester e learning

Distance and Online Learning

    The Chester Centre for Work Related Studies specialises in opportunities for busy practitioners in work, who want relevant learning and impact in their workplace.

The Centre is one of the largest pioneers using ‘learning through work’ approaches, and enjoys a strong reputation amongst professionals, employers and the government bodies who fund and review higher education quality.

Key benefits of our approach for learners:Key benefits of our approach for employers:
  • Learning is tailored to specific needs, interests and professional aspirations
  • Achieve and accelerate recognition and career progression – with minimal disruption
  • Get credit for prior workplace learning.
  • Deepen impact and return of learning opportunities
  • A well regarded form of recognition and reward
  • Motivate and retain well qualified talent resources.
  • Deepen impact and return of learning opportunities
  • A well regarded form of recognition and reward
  • Motivate and retain well qualified talent resources.

Distance/online learning opportunities at the Chester Centre for Work Related Studies:

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University of chester e learning

Learning at a distance (non-EU professionals)

CWRS degrees are different: work, learn, adapt. Whether you are in Cambridge or Chicago, London or Lagos, Birmingham or Brisbane, our innovative approach enables you to transform your work and life opportunities.

Be one of the 1000+ professionals studying our unique degrees at the award-winning University of Chester, the top ranked ‘new’ university in the North West of England.

Nesh was an ambitious sales director for a sustainable energy company. He had already studied a recognised course and through CWRS found a realistic way to fulfil his lifetime goal of achieving a full UK Master’s. To do this, Nesh undertook a 6 month work-based project and as a result, his sales increased by over 215%.

Nesh, MA Sales & Business Development (WBIS)

Negotiated, work-based learning degrees

Negotiated, work-based learning is different: you take more control over what you learn, and you learn through real workplace activity and projects, rather than sitting in a classroom. But you work with highly experienced academic specialists who guide and support you through your journey.