The OBU project is different from anything you have done with ACCA, so you need to approach it differently. Even if you already have a degree, the OBU BSc needs to be taken seriously if you want to pass the first time.
The good news is, if you follow the guidelines and have an experienced mentor that can guide you through the process, you’ll be fine.
The mentoring service is £499 and it includes the following:
1. AnnaMentor Online Course
This course contains all the important and useful resources you need for your BSc project. In addition to the documents provided by OBU, you will have access to my customised documents such as:
- Mentor meeting checklists
- Guides on referencing
- Hints and Tips on your chosen topic
- Guide on how to prepare a successful presentation
- My Pre-submission checklist
- and much more!
We will have three online mentor meetings either via Skype or Google Hangouts. I am pretty flexible with regards to timings, so there shouldn’t be too much trouble finding a mutually agreeable time to meet. During our third mentor meeting, you will deliver a 15-minute presentation to me and fellow students via Google Hangouts.
3. Review of your RAP documents
At each mentor meeting, you will present your meeting agenda, covering all the key points of the project that you wish to discuss with me. During our second and third mentor meeting, I will give you my feedback on your RAP and the supporting documents. If you wish to have your project reviewed more frequently, I am happy to do so.
4. Unlimited email support and guidance throughout the project
Contact me whenever you like, you are not alone! I will get back to you within 24 hours (usually a lot less).
5. Sign off
Sign off confirming that I acted as your mentor and that your RAP is your own work. When you come to submit your RAP on the OBU portal, you will be asked to select the contact details of your Project Mentor and your Project Mentor will be required to confirm that they undertook your mentoring.
Remember to check out my post about the role of a mentor and some key mentoring principles that I stand by. Click here to read the post.
If you wish to proceed with being my mentee, click here to register.