As the global economy is increasingly becoming knowledge-based and knowledge-intensive, many experts and professionals predict that there will be a huge demand for educational products. Apparently, a major part of the demand is being met by the emergence of tens of thousands of electronic courses via the Internet provided by many education entities. Despite the huge number of these Internet courses, few researchers have addressed the students' perceptions or experiences in Internet learning. Therefore, a study as reported in this paper on the students' Internet learning experience is much needed. The results of this study have shown that both the students' competence in PC skills and their Internet surfing usages are significantly correlated with the students' usages of e-learning via the Internet. Additionally, the results have also shown that the e-learning usage is significantly correlated with the respondent' feelings of enjoyment for using the Internet learning materials. Alarmingly, the respondents agreed that Internet learning increased their workloads in studying. Practitioners in the relevant fields then can make use of these findings when developing their e-learning courses.