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    Default Primary education: UQ or distance?

    Hi I'm wanting to study soon ( haven't studied in 10 yrs) a bachelor of primary education in Brisbane.

    Still deciding to study online via distance or study au UQ on campus.

    Of course online would be alot easier with a 3 yr old, 6 month old and part time work but is it the same?

    Is a anyone studying or recently studied any of these courses?

    Would it be easier to get employment after studying on campus?

    Has anyone else studied on campus and still managed to juggle with young kids?

    Any help would be appreciated

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    I study that course at a Uni I had to do one online subject and nearly failed as I struggled so much with online study and no tutors to help etc

    if you can do on campus I'd definintly do it

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    I'm currently doing my bachelor of education - primary through open universities I love it, it took me a little while to get used to it. In the end you are just as qualified as anyone else. good luck it's a really interesting course

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