University of Essex Free Online Float Course

ByMike V. Cooper

Aug 11, 2022

Students who complete the online course and register to study at Essex for the 2022-23 academic year will be eligible for financial aid of £250 (Rs 24,000)

With normal studies on hold due to Covid-19, the UK-based University of Essex today announced the Essex Preparation Program (EPP), a free online course to help students incoming students to prepare for university. The online course, which is offered free to students, is specially designed to prepare students from India and around the world for their university studies. For six weeks, students explore independent learning, critical thinking, academic integrity, and many more areas. The course is open to anyone applying for undergraduate study at the University of Essex and if they complete the course and register to study at Essex for the 2022-23 academic year they will be eligible for support financial amount of £250 (Rs 24,000). Completion of the EPP is optional, but the University of Essex believe this will give students a good start to their studies.

The University of Essex launched the EPP last year to help incoming students. The course has been well received by school and college students, received positive feedback from teachers and school counselors, and has had a positive impact on student achievement.

Last year, more than 1,750 students signed up for the six-week program, which included 12 live Zoom workshop sessions coupled with an online course. This year, the University of Essex expects more students to take part in the PPE, which has been further developed following student feedback and will be integrated with other degree preparation programs and activities. students during welcome week at Essex.

New for this year, Essex is also offering an MPP (Masters Preparation Programme) for postgraduate students. Essex also offers two other programmes, one for Years 12 and 13 and one for Years 10 and 11, which are designed to be a high quality source of information, advice and guidance that students can work on independently or for teachers to use in the classroom. .