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RDI’s Interactive Session with Students in the E-learning Event Africa

06-06-2011 08:36 AM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: RDI Ltd

RDI has recently visited Tanzania in Africa to attend the mega e-learning event this May. The e-learning event received a large number of visitors from all over the world. It allowed RDI to meet with enthusiastic students from all different corners of the world. There was huge excitement about RDI among the visitors  - many of whom were career-conscious youngsters and those looking for internationally recognized flexible study.

The RDI team were able to interact and chat with career aspirants seeking opportunities to earn prestigious UK university qualification without moving out of Tanzania. “We were delighted to see the response of the students to our distance learning career courses available online in Tanzania”, states a member of the RDI team.

The RDI team addressed the queries of the attendees about online UK university qualifications and benefits of study online from Tanzania. RDI’s presence in the event added kudos to the event as, being a leading distance learning provider, RDI successfully made a mark at this illustrious e-learning event in Africa.

RDI is the largest provider of UK university distance learning qualifications in the world. Having 20 years of experience in distance learning, RDI has catered to the needs of more than 50,000 university students. RDI’s distance learning career programmes come with flexibility, freedom, convenience and opportunities for students to do fulltime work. These e-learning based courses are recognized worldwide.

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