Eton University

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We believe adults should maintain pace with the latest advances in knowledge and job skills for their career development. We also understand their commitment to full time employment, meeting family needs and having some semblance of a social life.

The 21st century job market is increasingly more specialized, complex, and competitive. Distance education provides, thus, many advantages for those who need to continue their education for career sustainability. Individuals not taking advantage of distance education opportunities will be left behind by those who have recognized their potential.

Eton University promotes distance learning degrees that create an educational experience of equal quality to classroom learning. Our distance learning degrees are designed to meet the needs of adults desiring to continue their higher education in balance with their professional and personal commitments.

Short description: Eton University is a private, comprehensive university founded to provide education for individuals worldwide through distance learning. NHC is a college specializes in further/higher education and vocational training. Notting Hill College operates
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Company address: Julphar Towers
Telephone: +9717-2339603
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