Education, Skills and Learning

The 4 biggest challenges to our higher education model – and what to do about them

How can higher education systems better prepare for our Fourth Industrial Revolution future? Image: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Simon Fuglsang Østergaard

Futurist & Senior Advisor, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies

Adam Graafland Nordlund

Junior Futurist, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies

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