Cambridge Online Education Services
Welcome to Cambridge Online Education Services
Nobody knows more about teaching students online than we do! We can say this because we pioneered online education way back in 2002 - that's 3 years before the world would see Youtube! We also founded and run some of the UK's most trusted online education brands; which include the world's first fully accredited online college of art and design (OCAD), the world's first genuinely selective online independent school - Cambridge Home School Online, and one of the UK's best known access to HE providers - Access Courses Online.
Few educators would argue that online education is here to stay and a rapidly growing number of schools, colleges, universities and independent learning providers are offering their students online courses. These institutions are seeing huge growth in their student numbers, student satisfaction and revenue by offering online study options.
Every institution wants to widen participation in education and by offering online options they absolutely can.
We offer institutions the following services:
Extend your offer to your students - add Level 2, Level 3 courses/qualifications - we can host the courses and teach your students or you can teach them.
Start your own online school or college from scratch - we have it built and ready to go!
Become an OCAD accredited art and design centre - more information
Offer a fully accredited online Level 3 Foundation Diploma in art and design to your students - we'll teach them for you and then they can join your BA programme.
Don't see what you're looking for here? We can find a solution by working together - contact us!
Your competitors are already online or will be soon so don't get left behind - contact us!
We look forward to partnering with you soon!
According to the report published by Facts & Factors, the global Online Education Market size was worth around USD 217 billion in 2022 and is predicted to grow around USD 475 billion by 2030 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of roughly 9.1% between 2023 and 2030