Blended learning is a technologically advanced system of studies that combines physical presence with distance learning and is enriched with interactive assignments, role-playing, seminars, industry visits, lectures of top executives from the global market, workshops, exercises, and case studies so that the course is a multifaceted experiential experience.
Long before the pandemic broke out, BCA developed a digital platform for online courses and academic activities to serve postgraduate students working or living outside Athens. Now, this feature is available to everyone, with new, highly advanced technological applications that offer many “tools” for online collaboration, research, and access to university and professional databases worldwide.
The BCA digital platform simulates the classroom dynamics as it is fully interactive. This means that you can participate as if you were in a classroom. The blended learning application offers you the possibility, when your physical presence is not possible (not only due to coronavirus or illness, but also due to bad weather, strikes, or personal and professional obligations), not to miss a single lecture and academic activities. In addition, in postgraduate courses, all lectures are filmed and “uploaded” to the application. Thus, you can have access, at any time, to the taught lectures.
Blended learning creates added value to your studies, creating a rich “bouquet” of educational methods that, in addition to being of high academic quality, are enjoyable, have diversity and alternation, offering a complete learning experience.
The Blended Learning system is a BCA innovation that upgrades the level of studies and facilitates its students’ the daily life. This is the opportunity offered by the BCA so that part of the studies can be delivered remotely.
It combines synchronous with asynchronous learning
It combines onsite with online learning
It combines live streaming with video recorded educational material and teaching
Direct and varied way of communication between students and teachers, through Teams, Zoom, Live Chat, etc.
It offers students freedom in choosing the time and location they will attend the educational material (asynchronously), while offering them a structured educational program where they can interact in real time (synchronous).