Distance Learning Association

Stream 1: Academia

For those planning on gaining academic qualifications (through sitting or re-sitting official Edexcel exams and assuming you have already registered with your local authority), we offer materials, guidance and assistance in the following courses (subject to forthcoming expansions, so if you don't see your particular interest here, check again in the future):

Route B: Religion and the state in early modern Europe

Paper 1, Option 1B: England, 1509-1603: authority, nation and religion

Paper 2, Option 2B.1: Luther and the German Reformation, c1515-55

Paper 2, Option 2B.2: The Dutch Revolt, c1563-1609

Route C: Revolutions in early modern and modern Europe

Paper 1, Option 1C: Britain, 1625-1701: conflict, revolution and settlement (forthcoming)

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Paper 3, Option 30: Lancastrians, Yorkists and Henry VII, 1399-1509

Paper 3, Option 31: Rebellion and disorder under the Tudors, 1485-1603 (forthcoming)

Paper 3, Option 32: The Golden Age of Spain, 1474-1598 (forthcoming)

Although our preferred method is to dispatch your course materials in the form of PDFs, printed material can be made available as an option, and can be dispatched to you within a week of registration. Your tutor for these courses is Dr. Andrew Allen Chibi, who can be contacted by email, phone or letter (see: Meet the Tutor for more information). All courses are offered with 12 months' service - presumably leading up to your exam date. The DLA is a signatory to the ABCC Code of Ethics. For pre-enrolment advice, contact Dr. Chibi via this website or by email to andrewchibi@gmail.com. If you are thinking of a home study course there is no better time to start than NOW - don't wait until you get around to it someday.