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If Students Had Their Way, Hybrid Learning Would Be Here To Stay

Students are overwhelmingly in favor of continuing with hybrid learning, according to a global survey.

For many students, the Covid-19 pandemic was their first sustained experience of online learning, as lockdowns forced universities around the world to cancel face-to-face teaching.

And having got a taste for it, it seems the vast majority of students are keen to continue to embrace the benefits of online teaching.

But many will be disappointed, as a sizeable minority of universities plan to return to a model where in-person is the only option, at least in the short term.

More than two years after the pandemic struck, more than half of students (53%) said it was continuing to affect their education, according to a survey of 5,000 students and university leaders from around the world.

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