Principal Mode of Delivery of Offshore Course
|Element name:||Principal Mode of Delivery of Offshore Course|
|00||Course is not an offshore course|
|02||External – with face-to-face component|
|03||External – with no face-to-face component|
Internal mode of delivery: course delivery is principally face to face, requiring regular attendance at a provider or follows an agreed schedule for the purposes of supervision.
External mode of delivery – with face-to-face component: courses offered via distance education, online learning or correspondence, with compulsory attendance at classes during certain blocks of time.
External mode of delivery – with no face-to-face component: courses offered via distance education, online learning or correspondence, with no compulsory face-to-face component.
Multi modal delivery: delivery is organised comparatively equally between internal and external modes of delivery.
Where a course is delivered in more than one mode at a campus the main mode of delivery is reported.
An offshore course is a course that is offered fully or partially offshore. Courses that are offered from within Australia through distance education are not considered to be offshore courses.
Please refer to the Glossary for further information about terminology used in this document.
Higher Education Student:
- Campus file (CM)
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