The pandemic has caused significant disruption to life as we know it. However, it has also presented us with a unique opportunity to reset global education engagement.
An expert panel led a lively discussion on 6th October 2021 on the following topics:
- Has the pandemic impacted universities’ education provision and the way they engage with students? What lessons have we learnt?
- Will we get back to the “normal” we know once the pandemic is over?
- Are there shifts in global student demand? Are students’ attitudes changing?
- Will we see significant changes in the higher education regulatory environment? What these changes are likely to be, and how will they impact national education policies and transnational education?
The panellists were:
- Dr Janet Ilieva (Founder and Director, Education Insight, UK) – moderator
- Professor Jacqueline Lo (Pro Vice-Chancellor – International, University of Adelaide, Australia)
- Ms Rachel Sandison (Vice-Principal – External Relations, University of Glasgow, Scotland)
- Mr Shashank Vira (Managing Partner and Director, Hearth Advisors Limited, Ireland)
The event was a Fireside Chat, hosted by AppliedHE, Singapore.