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Five things to love about studying from homePosted on 14/02/2018 by Jess O'Connor
Happy Valentine’s Day!
To celebrate the day of love, here are five things to love about studying from home <3
1. You can create your own schedule
You get to choose when, where, and how you study. Want to write your assignment at midnight on a Tuesday? Go ahead! Prefer to work first thing in the morning before you go to work? You can!
Studying from home offers the freedom to study at your own pace, in your own place. You’re in control of creating your study schedule. As long as you get the work done and hand in your assignments on time, you can study whenever suits you best.
2. You can save money on transport
A commute from your bed to your dining room table is pretty sweet, right? Think of all the money you could save on public transport or petrol – especially if you live far from campus.
You’ll also save a lot of time. No more waiting for the bus or getting stuck in traffic. And no more getting stuck in the rain on cold days. Studying from home is a great option if you’re on a budget – or if you’re just a homebody.
3. You can work part-time and study part-time
ITC Study From Home offers a part-time study option, where you study for 20 hours a week. This frees up enough time for you to hold down a part-time job, allowing you to make some money while you study towards your tourism qualification.
Talk about the best of both worlds!
4. You can turn up to ‘class’ in your pajamas
When you study from home, it doesn’t matter what you wear. You can study in your pajamas, your favourite track pants, or even your wedding dress (it is Valentine’s Day after all!)
Of course, we recommend studying in something comfortable. Some research also suggests that getting properly dressed also makes you more productive – even if you don’t leave the house all day.
5. You can balance study with other life commitments
Thanks to our part-time study option, you can balance study with other life commitments such as raising children or looking after other family members.
Just because you have some non-negotiable commitments doesn’t mean you have to miss out on achieving a qualification. By studying part-time, you can gain further skills while still meeting your other obligations.
Want to fall in love with studying from home? Get in touch today to find out how we can get your airline, travel and tourism career off to a flying start.Posted in Inspiration and motivation, Study From Home Tips | Leave a reply