The University of London is offering a bachelor's degree in computer science. It costs over 10k GBP and only opens application twice a year to high school graduates and beyond. Does it have the exact same value as attending the university physically? Can I find good jobs in the US, Canada, UK, etc. with it? This could be my only opportunity to get a bachelor's degree abroad without spending tons of money. (I'm Chinese.)
It may not be exactly the same syllabus and teaching material as a conventional degree, but it is a valid, accredited UK degree offered by the University of London (founded by Royal Charter in 1836). The University and its member institutions have over 50,000 students studying by distance learning, in 190 countries.
Note that 50% of the assessment is by exam at one of their approved centres worldwide.
Whether it will be viewed as equivalent to a degree taught by attendance depends on the employer. Some employers will add some value to a degree studied part-time by distance learning, others will prefer to see physical attendance.