The main advantage of this form of training is the possibility of combining study and work. This is a big plus for the student, as it can immediately implement obtained on study skills in his work (if he works in the profession or close to it) and thereby to rise above the career ladder. In addition, to enroll in part-time form is much easier than full-time: a passing score of the exam is much lower. It is also worth to mention the difference in cost compared to the full-time again it is much lower. Unlike correspondence courses, part-time provides full student life – attending lectures and socializing with classmates not only in the session of the week, and more often. Yes, and the knowledge obtained regularly, not once every six months, are better. Students studying in this system, it is able to obtain the necessary theoretical knowledge and skills and practice in the workplace. If the focus on work and school at odds, the University itself offers a place for practice.


But in every ointment there is a fly in the ointment, and here is no exception. First, it concerns terms of training. In most institutions this form implies a greater duration of training – if the bachelor on internal form involves 4 years of study, and specialist's degree – 5 years, correspondence – 5 and 6 years of schooling, respectively. Also training sometimes falls on the weekend, and it is an inconvenient factor, especially for those people who have family and children. Not only that, every day a person spends at work, so still part of the weekend to take on the training time. Of course, there are universities in which studying on the weekends is replaced by the remote method, i.e., the student listens to lectures and completes tasks while sitting at your home computer. But this is the exception rather than the rule.

Currently, almost all universities provided the internally-correspondence form of training, both on humanitarian and technical specialties. This diversity helps the person to choose and do what is really interesting, not looking up from his work and not clashing with management. And regular exercise will help to get better knowledge that is also useful in moving up the career ladder.

In conclusion, you need to add only one thing: study, study and study again!