Blended learning at university

How do you see the future with online training?

The globalization of markets and digitalization of all processes require constant adaptation to new developments; It is essential for universities to offer flexible and effective teaching plans to stay competitive and internationalize. Is the education sector going to change by offering blended learning at university?

Cambridge University was the first institution to announce virtual teaching for the upcoming academic year. This is a big step for the University, which many others are also following (University of Manchester, University of East Anglia), due to the COVID situation. However, we hear some students are concerned about missing out on “social life”.

The answer to striking a perfect balance between the students’ social needs and the need for security will be blended learning. This type of education will soon be a perfect combination of the best of having online content and attending small group classes. In the long run, you will get all the good things from face-to-face learning and, of course, from online learning.

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