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The lure of face-to-face teaching drives return but degrees may look different after Covid
Pandemic highlighted pros and cons of online learning, driving creation of blended models
ACCA and other training organisations shift offerings to meet demand
Demand is growing for executive courses focused on environmental, social and governance concerns
Students and schools swiftly adapted to teaching technology — but obstacles remain
A new breed of education company is challenging traditional business schools
The pandemic created a live experiment in online teaching. So what did we learn?
Strengthening your CV in a tough jobs market makes sense — but there are downsides too
An international mix teaches important lessons — but is it possible in a pandemic?
The pandemic has amplified pressures but also helped students challenge stigma
Academics — and companies — are rethinking their approach to conditions such as ADHD, dyslexia and autism
The pandemic is propelling the subject from the academic fringe towards the core curriculum
Black Lives Matter has shone a spotlight on underrepresentation and schools’ responses
Coronavirus has led to a surge in US MiM applications but many employers remain unaware of the degree
Many MiF programmes offer a route to more specialised professional qualifications
Executive education courses are teaching how to manage multigenerational teams
Growing understanding of the costs and fading stigma is driving demand
Online learning modules boost students’ academic confidence and business knowhow
Ease of access and (sometimes) greater affordability are attracting a broader demographic
What can be done to attract applicants from broader socio-economic backgrounds?
Schools answer demand with courses specialising in real estate and sustainability
Chinese institutions expand in Europe and offer short courses to help companies do the same
Multi-campus courses expose students to different markets, but travelling takes a toll on workload and bank balance
High fees and a lack of employer sponsorship means students are having to tap new sources of finance
In a rapidly changing sector it can be hard for institutions to recruit new deans