Australia was quick to close its borders due to Covid-19, and has now set out its road to recovery, with social restrictions being eased and a clear 3-stage plan in place for gradual reopening of the economy. So what can the UK higher education sector learn from the way Australia is responding to Covid-19?
In partnership with Universities UK International (UUki), Nous is hosting a webinar to share insights into the Australian higher education sector’s response to Covid-19. The webinar will explore:
When Covid-19 struck in Australia, it coincided with the start of the academic year, meaning quick decisions had to be made. This webinar is a chance for UK institutions to hear and ask questions about Australian strategies for recovery, from adapting methods of teaching and shifting start dates to re-balancing funding and refocusing priorities. We’ll discuss approaches taken by Australian institutions, as well as measures introduced by the government, including:
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