When a student is registered for a course, diploma or master, they will
receive by e- mail the access codes to the virtual campus. The e-Campus
is an e-learning platform with the objective to compliment the materials
delivered and to provide support to the students throughout the duration of
their studies. In the e-campus, the student can ask questions, view articles of
interest, participate in discussion forums as well as meet other students.
The e-campus is organised into two main areas:
e-learning units (includes all courses)
Community for networking (meet with other students, participate in
Each course is organised in the following way:
Course materials. These are the materials that the student needs
to download from the e-campus to study from. It is not necessary to be
connected to the Internet to study (the instructional materials are on the
student’s hard disk). The student can print all materials.
Complimentary articles. These articles are provided to
complement and provide a further understanding of what has been covered in the
Student questions. (Ask Tutor). Students can post a private
message to their teacher and receive the response in the same way.
Send exercises. This is the section where students send
their exercises that are to be evaluated by the teacher. It is possible that
the teacher may consider that the student has not reached the minimum level
in order to pass the unit. In this case, the teacher will guide the student
so that the material is reviewed and that the exercises are re-done. The
important thing is to learn!!!
Students should expect to dedicate a minimum of 12 hours per week working on
lessons and assignments.
The course assessment is based on:
- Successful completion of exercises
- Student’s participation (e-campus forums, questions, activities…)
- Thesis (only for master’s degrees)