Published: 14 June 2017

Online students attend campus event

Students and graduates from the University of Liverpool’s online programmes took part in a networking event on campus last week.

The event, titled Making Connections: Global Impact Residency, gave the 60 international students the chance to enhance their learning and professional development. Over the four days, students were able to attend seminars, presentations, interactive sessions and group activities. Attendees also visited Jaguar Land Rover and went on guided tours of the University campus and the city of Liverpool.

Professor Helen O’Sullivan, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Online Learning said: “Students had the opportunity to extend their online educational experience in the global classroom by engaging face-to-face with other attendees in sessions and activities that are a mirror image of our highly interactive approach to online learning.”

“Through participation in these live sessions with a diverse group of global professionals, our online students will enhance their educational and professional experiences by challenging themselves to think about their studies in a practical, hands-on way.”

For more information about our online programmes, please visit our University of Liverpool Online website.

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