As of 2022, over 63% of the world’s population has internet access. And that means your geographical location can’t stop you from chasing your dreams anymore. But sometimes your obstacles can seem insurmountable — maybe you’re missing a certain diploma, or you flat out got denied admission to university despite having excellent grades. Therefore, one university has made it its mission to create inclusive, global, and wholly accessible education. IU International University of Applied Sciences can offer you its one-of-a-kind High School Diploma Study Pathway — a collaboration with Cambridge Assessment International Education that allows you to pursue your career goals.
The High School Diploma Study Pathway is designed to help get you started in today’s job market. You get to choose either the Tech or Business Track. Each track contains 3 modules and 50% of the learning relates to the bachelor’s programme you’ll select. The track modules each contain 2 courses on a specific topic, for example, Mathematics AS & Mathematics A. And each course is planned with a workload of ~150 hours which you’ll conclude with an exam. The High School Diploma Study Pathway is bundled together with your bachelor’s programmes at no extra cost. Whether your dream is to develop artificial intelligence, manage teams or start your own business, IU gives you options.
And speaking of options, this year, IU became the first German university to become a member of the Association of African Universities. This means that as an IU student, you’ll have access to the Database of African Theses and Dissertations (DATAD). You’ll also get access to IU scholarship grants, student exchange programs and a lot of networking opportunities.
At IU, you’ll benefit from a well-structured learning method that includes live lectures, recordings, and course material to get you ready for your exams. IU’s approach to learning ensures that you can study at your own pace. And it also gives you the flexibility to seamlessly integrate study into your daily schedule. However, besides an internet connection, you’ll need to be at least 16 years old to get started.
So, if you think you’re ready to take the next step in your career, IU also provides up to 75% scholarships to help you get started.
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