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    How to start our courses

    View any question below for an immediate response to your query. If you need to contact us please use the contact us or send a mail (support@worldedu.us) to us.

    Course information

    To see a list of all the courses we offer, click the Courses menu. 

    How long are your courses?

    Unless otherwise specified, all of our courses run for five weeks. You will be granted access to two lessons each week for five weeks. Each lesson will be accompanied by a short, multiple-choice quiz, and some lessons may also include a hands-on assignment. You are expected to try and complete each quiz and assignment within five weeks from when the lesson is released. 

    We're glad you found us! There is no need to apply to begin learning with WCLI. Here is how we recommend you begin:

    • Explore the courses at http://classroom.worldedu.us/ -- find one or more that immediately interest you and explore them -- read the course introduction and syllabus to get a feel for the course, or even start the first few assignments.
    • Register for a free account.
    • Enroll in the first course or courses you want to study. Here's how to do it. This will allow you to more easily access your course each time you return to the site. You don't have to enroll in everything at once, and you can unenroll and re-enroll at will.
    • Start learning for free on your own schedule!

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    posted in FAQS on 16th Apr, 2016

    How to start with World Cultures and Languages Institute

    View any question below for an immediate response to your query. If you need to contact us please use the contact us or send a mail (support@worldedu.us) to us.

    Course information

    To see a list of all the courses we offer, click the Courses menu. 

    How long are your courses?

    Unless otherwise specified, all of our courses run for five weeks. You will be granted access to two lessons each week for five weeks. Each lesson will be accompanied by a short, multiple-choice quiz, and some lessons may also include a hands-on assignment. You are expected to try and complete each quiz and assignment within five weeks from when the lesson is released. 

    We're glad you found us! There is no need to apply to begin learning with WCLI. Here is how we recommend you begin:

    • Explore the courses at http://classroom.worldedu.us/ -- find one or more that immediately interest you and explore them -- read the course introduction and syllabus to get a feel for the course, or even start the first few assignments.
    • Register for a free account.
    • Enroll in the first course or courses you want to study. Here's how to do it. This will allow you to more easily access your course each time you return to the site. You don't have to enroll in everything at once, and you can unenroll and re-enroll at will.
    • Start learning for free on your own schedule!

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