Future of Work

COVID-19, higher education and the impact on society: what we know so far and what could happen

The discourse surrounding the value of university degrees in the context of today's professional world had been going on long before COVID-19 shook matters up. Image: REUTERS/Lisi Niesner

Conrad Hughes

Campus & Secondary School Principal, La Grande Boissière, International School of Geneva

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