Perspectives on online learning

This report grapples with the question of whether there is longevity to online learning in higher education beyond the coronavirus pandemic and what this might look like moving forwards.

Featuring interviews with key stakeholders in higher education, including students, academics, university decision makers and employers, alongside commentary and the latest QS data, the report explores the value and challenges of online learning and considers its future in higher education.

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