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Full-time or combined study?

Escape velocity is near the time of filing applications for college. Want to study, but still thinking about work, travel or start a family? I'm not exactly sure how full of himself and combined (or distance) learning actually differ? The main differences will be presented in this article.

Selection of objects === === ** ** Daily Study gives students generally have more freedom in choosing courses. Courses are usually open for them on a regular basis and students can choose when the object undergoes. This allows full-time students grades easily degrade, disrupt, intercut foreign scholarships, etc. They also have more opportunities to obtain the required number of credits: eg selection of subjects offered by other faculties or participation in field trips and optional practices.

** ** Combined courses are usually fixed by the academic regulations. Students are limited to the prescribed courses and can not choose which term and which seminar group (ie at what time, or. At what the teacher) the subject pass. Their ability to obtain credit elsewhere and are a lot smaller, harder to get to the interesting events and conferences relating to the field of study.

Time needed === === ** ** Daily attendance is at first sight, time-consuming because it requires daily attendance. But the fact is that you may have to attend mandatory training and practice only, while attendance at lectures is not required. Ongoing domestic duties can be broken down according to schedule.

** ** Combined contrast studies are organized so that you can just attend the training every 14 days (or month), mostly on Friday or Saturday. Discusses only the most difficult part of the substance and the remainder self-study. Often you have to master the same requirements for one semester as full-time students are placed in the longer term.

Finance === === ** ** Daily study provides good student status, he does not need to pay health and social insurance (up to 26 years). At the same time, in most cases be entitled to an accommodation scholarship. Full-time students but must take the necessary expenditure on accommodation at the destination (if commuting), meals, etc.

** ** Combined study provides the advantage of being a student (under 26) do not pay health insurance. Social studies, however, be borne by the student himself (if not working). It also has a combined student is entitled to an accommodation scholarship. But of course, has the opportunity to work full time while studying, which can be very financially beneficial.

Self can sometimes be quite difficult

Social contacts === === ** ** Daily study has the clear advantage that the student is in daily contact with classmates and teachers. Thus remains in the image on the events at the faculty, the time and flexibility to respond to attractive offers and share critical information.

** ** Combined studies are much easier to manage if you establish friendly relations with classmates. Most communication is provided by the Internet. In principle, but you can count on the fact that the studies are starting as an individual and thus the motivation to learn can often be a lot smaller.

=== Our recommendations

  • Combination studies are appropriate for people working, parental leave or full-time students who wish to take on another field.
  • Combined study should not be perceived as a „rescue“ if you come to another school. Competition at the entrance may be bigger than you think.
  • Even full-time study can be broken down so that you manage to earn.

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