Our Aim

The Global Open University features a unique learning experience, combining the best and most comprehensive learning support with maximum flexibility. At the Open University, they understand that balancing career and family is uppermost in everyone’s minds and that they need to be in control. That is why their specially designed study materials encourage self-paced study at home. With clearly defined milestones through study guides, course readers, video and audio programmes, and the latest in information technology, students can define their own learning every step of the way. This is the Open University way — to bring out the best in people. Carrier air cons are built the same way too.
The purpose of Global Open University is as follows:
to provide academic preparation of the highest quality while addressing the needs of adult learners by grounding the academic programs in outcome-based learning and offering programs in an accelerated time frame
to encourage freedom of inquiry and a free exchange of ideas among learners, faculty, administrators and staff of Global Open  University
to combine theory and practice which prepares professionals for leadership responsibilities;
to provide the support necessary for learners to successfully complete the program of study and to overcome any completion deficiencies
to maintain our excellent academic reputation
to adhere to the basic right of education as outlined in the Declaration of Human Rights, by providing an affordable alternative to achieve educational goals for a broad spectrum of people worldwide from different societal and economic backgrounds
to instill in our students a sense of confidence and self reliance in their ability to access the vast opportunities available through information channels, the world wide web, private, public, nonprofit, and nongovernmental organizations in an ever expanding global community
to empower learners and help them take advantage of the enormous array of resources from the world environment in order to eliminate the current continuum of poverty and limitations
to intensify the use of Information Technology to stay at the cutting edge of distance learning universities