An online PhD degree program that provides a virtual training and a virtual workshop in one location is free for anyone to use, says the University of Essex.
The UK-based university has launched ‘Day Of The Dead’ programme, a one-day online training program, aimed at people interested in a career in information technology.
The online programme has been launched to train people to enter the digital world, with students being trained to use the ‘internet of things’ to develop the skills needed to start and grow their businesses.
The day of the dead event is when the dead have been released from the grave and spirits are wandering around the world, says John Smith, vice president of the UK’s largest online university, University of Stirling.
He said: “This is the opportunity to create a virtual environment where people can be immersed in the world around them.”
By taking part in this online degree programme, you are going to get to be immersed and learn from the people around you, whether they are students, faculty or even senior executives at large companies, who are using the internet to interact and communicate.
“Day Of the Dead is a three-week online training programme that will start this year and runs until the end of 2019.
The programme will offer a virtual online environment, including hands-on sessions, interactive classes and workshops, to prepare graduates for the digital age.
Day Of Dead is the latest in a series of online training programmes launched by universities in the UK, which has attracted criticism from some students who said the training was being used to make them feel guilty.”
If you’re trying to get people to go into the digital economy, then why do you think you need to put together virtual training?””
That’s not how you prepare people to work in the digital sector.”
If you’re trying to get people to go into the digital economy, then why do you think you need to put together virtual training?
“The ‘Day’ of the deceased programme is available online through the ‘DayOfTheDead’ website.
The website provides training for people from all ages.”
You can get an experience where you get to go and sit in a classroom, and you get a virtual lesson,” Mr Smith added.”
It’s a really good way to get them thinking about how they might work in this digital world.
“That’s the reason we started the online course.”
The university said students can complete the programme for free, although students can apply to use a paid version for a fee of £6,400.
The ‘day of the ghost’ programme has a $7,200 fee to pay for the virtual course, which will last two weeks.
It includes:Two days of virtual training with one instructor, plus a virtual meeting with an instructor from the university and a guest instructor who can give practical advice and support students on how to start their businesses, says Day Of The Undead website.
The programme has also launched a website, ‘Day2Go’, where students can register and learn about the online programme.
Students will also receive a one year free subscription to Adobe’s online education platform.
“There is a free option on Day2Go, which is a one of a kind experience.
You can use that to learn more about what Day Of Dead has to offer, how to work with students to build a business or just get in touch with students about their courses,” said the university.
Day2go has a free trial period, and is designed to provide a virtual learning experience.
Students can start working on their course in less than two weeks, says it.
The university is offering a number of scholarships for students interested in taking the online training, including a £5,000 scholarship, which covers the cost of online classes and workshop for students.
“We are always looking to make our universities more accessible to students, and this is one of the ways we can do that,” said John Smith.