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Published 9 June 2020
Purpose, technological impact, the purpose of physical institutions and the student body composition were all changing pre-COVID-19. They are now central pillars for building future success. DACB’s Education team examines these trends in greater detail and their impact on the sector.
“As an overview, the pandemic is putting the current higher education model under significant stress. From this will emerge a more customer focused response, that better prepares students for the world of work. We will see a move away from the degree-only mindset to personalised and life learning; to wider engagement with the business and wider community as establishments address social, economic and cultural change amongst the student body.”
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