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Regular and distance education programme

Distance education is subject to the same restrictions as any other programme of study. This means that before enrolling in such a programme, you must make sure that the programme provider is properly recognised by the competent authorities in the country where it is located and, even more importantly, that the programme of studies you plan to follow will be accepted in your country for your purpose, i.e. by your own institution, by an employer (potential or actual), by a professional licensing body, etc., as the case may be.


Further information


For information about recognised distance education providers, contact your national information centre (see links to the right column); for information about whether specific distance education programmes will be accepted for your purpose, contact your own institution, employer, or professional licensing body, etc.