About The Open University in Ireland
Start something amazing today with a flexible degree from the OU
Published 18/01/2013 | 17:53
Whether you want to improve your job prospects or even find a new career, now’s the time to change your life with The Open University.
Flexible learning that fits your lifestyle and budget
Many people can’t afford to stop everything to get the qualification they want.
With us, you don’t have to. We help people achieve extraordinary things, with affordable qualifications delivered in a way that lets you study flexibly in and around your family and work commitments.
With The Open University, learning is…
Great value: Our tuition fees don’t just cover a high quality education – they also include study materials and all the support you need to succeed
Affordable: The Open University in Ireland offers excellent value for money, especially as your study materials are included in the price and our fees are eligible for income tax relief. We can help you manage the cost by spreading it across monthly repayments with OUSBA – the Open University Budget Account.
World-leading: Our leading edge teaching is borne out of extensive academic research, which has helped build our reputation as one of the world’s finest universities – see why we could be the best university for you.
For employers and individual students, whatever your learning and training needs, our local staff are available to provide information and advice to guide you onto the right course.
Once you start studying we will support you or your employees through to successful completion and achievement of the appropriate qualification.
In Ireland our dedicated staff will help you make that choice.
The Open University in Ireland has 55 staff in the Belfast National Centre, 6 in the Dublin Enquiry and Advice Centre and 348 part-time tutors supporting over 7,500 local students.
We provide flexible support, tailored to the needs of the individual student and their area of study.
To find out more and download a prospectus about The Open University in Ireland click here