COVID-19 has struck the education system like a lightning bolt and shaken it to its core. Just as the First Industrial Revolution forged today’s system of education, can we expect a different model of educational to emerge from our current circumstances?
Around 1 billion students and youth across the planet are affected by school and university closures, and some have argued that the recent global shut downs are driving a long-overdue revolution in higher education.
The Corona Virus is fundamentally causing us to challenge the deep-rooted notions of when, where, and how we deliver education. We’re beginning to relook at of the role of colleges and universities, the importance of lifelong learning, and the distinction we draw between traditional and non-traditional learners.
Over the past few months, we’ve witnessed the migration from campus-based-learning to online teaching, but what is the actual impact of COVID-19 been on Private Higher Education, beyond just this?
Join us on 6 August 2020, as some of the best minds in the sector unpack this very issue.