How does it work?

Ascent School of Management London focuses on being innovative as time goes on. We want to be technology-centric and provide the best possible learning opportunities for the learners. Thus, besides traditional online learning Ascent School of Management London adopted a blended learning strategy where learners are offered online live classes on demand. The live class sessions can be booked per module or as a block that covers all modules. It can also be scheduled hourly basis. Learners utilise the blended learning option according to their convenience. It can be booked either at the start of the module or after completing the assignment. If learners book the live class session(s) after completing the assignment(s) they can get many advantages such as highlighting mistakes on the assignment, discuss areas of improvement and ask relevant questions in the live class session. Further to the live class session, learners will be receiving a comprehensive feedback report which will be detailed in-depth compared to the one provided to online learners.

The blended learning is offered according to the availability of the tutors. Learners must book per module or as a block at the beginning or after completing the assignments. Learners need to pay 50% while booking the session and the remaining to be paid before the delivery of the session(s). Learners must provide at least five days notice should they wish to cancel the booking.

Learners need to send an email to to book a session(s) per module, block or hours, and one of our support team members will reply with the cost and payment terms. The session(s) will be accomplished once the full payment is received.

What does the allocated tutor provide to you at the live class session?

  • Provide you with comprehensive guidance and support
  • Offer constructive formative feedback on your assignments, which you can then revise.
  • Offer guidance on the proposed structure.
  • Discuss the progress of your works with you during the course.
  • Advise you about matters of presentation, such as the title page, contents page, pagination, footnoting and Harvard Referencing.