The future of universities

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Rachel Hayes, Product Engineer, Imperial College London
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Rachel Hayes, Product Engineer, Imperial College London

The pandemic has changed the face of universities, from in person hubs of knowledge to wider reaching global enterprises, that now frequently rely on asynchronous methods of teaching to educate a new generation of students.

But how has the new reliance on online learning technologies impacted students, and what will universities look like going forward? In September, Imperial College London were named the Sunday Ti...

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