Technology is evolving at rapid speed to enter our homes, personal lives, work and, of course, the higher education (HE) sector. Institutions must adapt to meet the demands of this changing environment, but cannot always keep up with the speed at which technology is being disseminated.
Over the past half-century, the expansion of higher education has opened up the sector to increasing numbers of diverse non-traditional student groups. These groups come with their own specific preferences and requirements: reimagining conventional university models has been the consequence of institutional - and individual - desires to meet them.
QS Quacquarelli Symonds has a proud history of supporting international mobility, recognizing the immense value that global study has in allowing motivated individuals to fulfill their potential.
EdTech Investment and Venture Capital The pioneering of, and scaling of, propitious new ed tech requires targeted investment both public and private. Competition for this investment continues to grow, as the number of companies seeking to provide profitable ed-tech solutions to educational institutions increases relentlessly. In this paper, we examine where [...]