Open-university



Trademark.
1.
a largely self-instructional university, founded in England in 1969, offering independent education through such means as television, computers, and mailed course materials.
noun
1.
the Open University, (in Britain) a university founded in 1969 for mature students studying by television and radio lectures, correspondence courses, local counselling, and summer schools

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