Colleen Chater the ATHE Head of Quality and Assessment was very pleased to attend the UK Versity graduation ceremony for over 70 ATHE learners on July 7th. These learners achieved a range of qualifications including Business Management, Strategic Management and Healthcare. They are now progressing to MBAs, higher level qualifications at UK Versity and to employment.
Some learners at the ceremony were also presented with their Anglia Ruskin University MBA certificates alongside the Strategic Management ATHE qualification, which was completed in 2015.
“After working with several awarding organisations, we are convinced that ATHE’s qualifications are most up-to-date and in demand by the employers world over.
The learners find that the qualifications have a good balance of relevant and current academic content. As a online provider of education, UK Versity Online focuses on quality and we see this commitment underpinning all qualifications at ATHE.” – Ramanjeet Singh, Principal & Director, UK Versity Online.
Established in 2014, UK Versity Online started operations as a private provider of higher education courses to international students. Coupled with rapid uptake of distance learning courses and expansion, UK Versity now offers over 150 qualifications to learners and professionals globally.
UK Versity’s vision is to become a leading provider of distance learning courses offering premier qualifications which are highly demanded by private and public sector organisations globally.
The results of the exit interviews and survey compiled by UK Versity show that 92 percent of the learners completed their qualifications and reported securing a job or beginning a master’s degree programme within a few weeks of completing their ATHE programme.
Joseph Jones, Director of UK Operations at ATHE said “I am delighted to see the levels of learner success at UK Versity. Undoubtedly this is in part due to the hard work of learners but in addition we must congratulate staff on the contribution they have made and under Mr Singh’s leadership the organisation as a whole clearly understands and appreciates the importance of delivering a high quality of service to learners.’”