E-Learning

If you are on a tight schedule or are unable to attend classes, e-learning is the right choice for you. E-learning gives you the flexibility to work where and when you please, with the same one-on-one interaction with professors, students, and faculty that brick-and-mortar institutions offer.

Being educated doesn’t just mean sitting in an uncomfortable, wooden desk, staring ahead as a professor lectures for hours about various topics. You can also get educated from the comfort of your very own home. Online classes are becoming a more and more popular option for education and there is a long list of reasons why.

As a Cambridge.com team, we highly recommend continuing your studies online. There are a variety of courses available in any topic you can think of.

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E-Learning: the New Ivy League

From online classes and courses to online test help for the SAT, GRE, and GMAT, we’ve got you covered. Peruse the links to the left for the best in E-Learning. We’d even call it the new ivy league.

Do you love an e-learning resource that you don’t see listed? Send us a note at info@cambridge.com and tell us why we should include it on our list!

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Did you know… Facts About E-Learning

  • According to a 2013 report by the Babson Survey Research Group, over 6.7 million postsecondary students were enrolled in at least one online class in 2011, compared to only 1.6 million in 2002.
  • In 2002, about 72 percent of these schools offered some form of e-learning, and that number has steadily increased to nearly 87 percent in 2012.
  • A study by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation found a 9.7 percent growth rate for online enrollment, far exceeding the 1.5 percent growth of the overall higher education student population.
  • Eduventures found the following to be the four online master’s programs with the most student enrollment: Business (MBAs): 117,000 students, Education: 105,300 students, Health Care: 33,320 students, Nursing: 25,080 students.