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The Open University’s Chancellor Martha Lane Fox has delivered this year’s prestigious Dimbleby lecture.
Speaking at the 39th annual Dimbleby Lecture from London’s Science Museum, Baroness Lane-Fox called for the UK to become a world leader in digital technology.
As part of Degree Week The Open University conducted a survey asking kids between the ages of 11-16 in The Netherlands, Germany and Ireland what their dream jobs would be.
The Open University’s MBA Business Case Builder online tool has won two industry awards.
The online tool won Gold in the annual Heist Awards in the category of ‘Best use of innovation and creative thinking’ and Silver in the CASE Circle of Excellence Awards in the category of ‘Individual sub-websites’.
Former Open University Lorraine Schneiter is mentioned in this week’s Observer newspaper as a participant in the School in the Cloud.
At the virtual School in the Cloud, volunteer tutors, affectionately known as ‘grannies’, use Skype to help some of the world’s poorest children teach themselves.
One of the factors to be considered when returning to study is how you’ll pay your fees.
Degree week, which begins today, Monday 10th August, is a week-long series of online events, intended to address all your queries about studying with us.
August is a key month for any prospective student, as it's the time to decide whether to enrol for your studies this autumn.
As part of Degree Week, The Open University conducted a survey across three countries to learn about career direction.
Learn what we discovered.
As part of Degree Week - a week of online events devoted to addressing your queries about studying with us - we ran a survey asking you to share your study-related thoughts.
We asked those of you who recently enquired about studying with The Open University what you’re seeking through your studies.
A recent Open University survey reveals that, as children, most of the respondents had wanted to join the caring professions, as doctors, nurses, teachers or vets.
However, 90% of respondents have not pursued the career of their childhood dreams.
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