Education, Skills and Learning

How technology will transform learning in the COVID-19 era

The traditional degree programme could decline in favour of shorter, more focused courses reflecting the job market. Image: Glenn Carstens-Peters/Unsplash

Utkarsh Amitabh

Chief Marketing Officer, 5ire


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