Every sector, business and individual has had to adapt over the last 12 months as a result of the global pandemic, but higher education has seen one of the biggest overhauls in its history. From classes and campuses packed to the gills with educators and students, to a disconnected and disjointed web of individuals trying their best to acclimatise to a new way of learning.
In July 2020 we asked UK universities and their students about the challenges they faced and how they are adapting in the face of Covid-19. Six months on we’ve taken another temperature check. The survey results shed light on the strides that universities and higher education institutions have made to tackle some of the challenges posed by Covid-19 in four key areas:
The report investigates the now and all the great work universities have done, the opportunities, the difficulties, and the sentiment of students and institutions.
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