The role of the Distance Learning Unit at Frederick University

The Distance Learning Unit administratively supports and constitutes the reference point for all distance learning students and instructor of the distance learning programs. It closely collaborates with the DLC, the LSU and the ODLC, in order to ensure distance learning programs smooth and proper functioning.

  • The distance learning unit is the administrative body of the University which is associated with the distance learning programs operation,
  • It deals with administrative issues related to distance learning at Frederick University,
  • It is a single reference point for distance learning students, instructors and officers involved.

Main responsibilities:

  • Applying the policy decisions of the DLC,
  • Connecting with students, instructors and basic student services (Studies Office, Admissions Office),
  • Collecting, tracking and managing questions and enquiries of the distance,
  • learning students and instructors as well as further channeling them to the relevant unit/service,
  • Coordination and implementation of the exam process,
  • Monitoring and updating the Distance Learning website,
  • Providing support for distance learning students and instructors by developing useful guidelines,
  • Absorbing requests regarding ordering new textbooks and monitoring the process,
  • Filling in all documents requested by the responsible bodies in Cyprus and Greece DIPAE and DOATAP and that fall within the sphere of its activities.