eLearners

Search hundreds of accredited colleges and universities in minutes..

BACKGROUND
You've already taken the first step to going back to school- you're searching for a place to earn a degree. Have you noticed how many options are available? Don't become frustrated. Reach out to a site like eLearners.com. This site is built especially for students returning to earn an Associate's or Bachelor's degree, or further their education via a Master's degree or a Doctorate. The online database searches all of these degree programs, in a variety of majors with schools primarily offering online education. You'll quickly and easily be able to identify the best school to achieve your goals.

PRO
- Easy to use
- Service is free
- Perfect for working adults
- Primarily searches online colleges and universities
- Searches accredited schools
- Provides complete list of 163 schools featured in database

CON
- Does not provide link to each school
- Does not provide detailed information about each school

EXPENSE
eLearners provides this service free of charge. There are not any advertisements, making it probable that the schools pay for inclusion on the Web site.

DEGREE PROGRAMS
eLearners provides search for all level of degrees:
- Associate's
- Bachelor's
- Master's
- Doctorate
- Certificate/Diploma

Depending on the level of degree you choose and major area of study, there are dozens of degree programs you can search.

SCHOOLS

There are more than 160 schools featured in the eLearners database, including many nationally recognized, accredited colleges and universities. These schools include some that are only offered online, such as Kaplan University and University of Phoenix. There are also dozens of traditionally campus-based, highly respected universities that offer distance learning and online education, including California State University Northridge, UMass, Texas A&M, University of Nebraska and Boston University.

Directly from the eLearners site, you can complete a request form for more information directly from the site. You'll either receive a personal call from a recruiter or receive an information package via standard mail.

CONCLUSION
You'll be able to review potential colleges and universities from the lengthy list individually, or do a customized search to match your desired degree program with the appropriate institutions. The search is free and takes only minutes. It is one of the more complete education searches available on the Web.

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Okyere Mantey

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posted Mar 26th, 2010 12:41 pm


Dave

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It's free and easy to use. I had no problem with using eLearners. Has any one else found success using it? posted Jul 14th, 2008 12:51 pm



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