Blended Learning

Boston Media House is accredited in the contact mode of delivery, which is a mode of delivery characterised by face-to-face lectures with additional independent learning taking place in completing reading, projects and preparations for assessments.

As per CHE Communiqué 5 of 2023: extension of the concession to institutions to continue offering programmes accredited for the contact mode to be offered in the distance/blended mode for the 2024 academic year.

What does Blended Learning mean for students?

Blended learning combines the strengths of two learning environments – conventional face-to-face instruction and eLearning. The approach extends beyond traditional classroom boundaries, making it possible to access resources both online and offline. Students have more control over the time, place, path and pace of their learning, and will receive individualised management, motivation, and support from Media House staff throughout their studies.

Certain subjects in the programme are delivered via a mix of asynchronous lectures which are curated online (allowing for flexible study anytime, anywhere) and face-to-face lectures in person on campus at scheduled times. Please refer to the timetable the week before the programme begins for details.


  • Students will need a personal computer with a stable internet connection to access their online learning. Find out more about our Student Data deal with MTN.
  • Students will be personally notified when to attend campus for work pertaining to their relevant practical modules.