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Ways To Learn

Personalized learning, for you

Learning for every type of student

Explore our three new learning formats

At Robertson, students choose their program delivery format. We know everyone learns differently which is why we offer flexible programs for all learning styles: online instructor-guided, hybrid and online self-guided.

Online Learning

Experience instructor-guided online study in a structured course format, where you can attend scheduled virtual classroom sessions and can engage with peers and  instructors.

Explore Online Learning

Hybrid Learning

A mix of instructor-led online instruction and face-to-face campus sessions, giving you the opportunity to gain hands-on skills.

Explore Hybrid Learning

Online Micro-Courses

Have the ultimate flexibility to learn online when you want, where you want and how you want in these short online courses.

Your Practicum

Prepare for your career in a real-work environment.

Apply your knowledge

During your practicum placement, you’ll get to apply the skills and knowledge you learned in the classroom firsthand in a real-work environment.

Gain hands-on experience

You’ll be placed in a relevant organization in your chosen industry so you will truly gain hands-on experience before you start your career.

Connect with industry professionals

While you’re on placement, you’ll be working alongside industry professionals, giving you a great chance to learn and make meaningful connections.

Tailor your placement

Our Workforce Team will help you find a placement that matches your skills and interest so you get the most out of your practicum experience.

Explore our diploma programs and practicum opportunities.

Find A Diploma Program

You deserve to learn how you learn best. Choose from online instructor-guided or hybrid learning options and start pursuing a meaningful career today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know about learning at Robertson.

How do I apply to study on campus?

When you’re on the program page, click the delivery format drop-down menu to select your desired location. From there, you’ll enter your information and a Student Admissions Advisor will contact you to continue the process.

How to apply for online courses?

Similar to above, when you’re on the program page, click the delivery format drop-down menu and select “online” as your program type. From there, you’ll enter your information and a Student Admissions Advisor will contact you to continue the process.

When is the last day that I can apply for a program that starts in the Fall?

Robertson offers rolling start dates throughout the year, so there is no set date you must apply by. Check the program page you’re interested in and make sure you apply before the deadline for that specific program.

What can I expect from the courses?

Regardless of if you take an online or blended course, you’ll graduate with the hands-on training and skills you need to find a meaningful career.

What’s the difference between online learning and hybrid learning?

Online learning involves online study in a structured course format, whereas blended learning involves a combination of instructor-guided online and in-person sessions.

How do I apply to study on campus?

When you’re on the program page, click the delivery format drop-down menu to select your desired location. From there, you’ll enter your information and a Student Admissions Advisor will contact you to continue the process.

When is the last day that I can apply for a program that starts in the Fall?

Robertson offers rolling start dates throughout the year, so there is no set date you must apply by. Check the program page you’re interested in and make sure you apply before the deadline for that specific program.

What’s the difference between online learning and hybrid learning?

Online learning involves online study in a structured course format, whereas blended learning involves a combination of instructor-guided online and in-person sessions.

How to apply for online courses?

Similar to above, when you’re on the program page, click the delivery format drop-down menu and select “online” as your program type. From there, you’ll enter your information and a Student Admissions Advisor will contact you to continue the process.

What can I expect from the courses?

Regardless of if you take an online or blended course, you’ll graduate with the hands-on training and skills you need to find a meaningful career.

Learn about our Workforce Team and how they provide lifelong career support, if you’re a student or 20 years into your career.

Ready to Get Started?

Once you take the first step, one of our Student Admissions Advisors will get in touch to better understand your goals for the future.