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Currently I wish to expand my professional skills with Bachelor degree. However, I am not able to study full time abroad, but looking for University where I could study in distance (online from home), coming just several times in a semester to the University to pass exams, complete papers and so on.

I am looking for Software Engineering or Computer Science programs. Fully in distance (online) in English in Europe, because I am living in Central Europe.

Any suggestions?

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You could have a look at the Open University, they have a European presence. I know that you can certainly complete the bulk of the work online, although I think there are physical attendance requirements for some exams.

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I know that it isn't in Europe but the FAQ page of University of Phoenix states that they accept International students for the Online campus which I guess means that there is no physical attendance requirements.

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