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Shift to online teaching means universities and governments must act now to ensure no one left behind

Governments and universities need to take swift action to ensure no one is left behind in the shift to online teaching, learning and research prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the results of a new survey on digital experience published by the Association of Commonwealth Universities (@The_ACU).

emlyon business school launches esports academic credits

@emlyon business school is opening #esports to all students as part of their graduation requirements, in collaboration with the support of the @GamingCampus Always striving for innovation, emlyon has become the first international business school to announce a dynamic investments in esports for all it's students. This unprecedented approach is implemented with the support of the Gaming Campus, the first European campus dedicated to training programs for the video game industry.

emlyon business school focus on research activities, pedagogy and executive education with formal Club Med partnership

emlyon business school’s lifestyle research centre strengthens its formal partnership with global hospitality and holiday resort company, Club Med. The partnership will have a specific focus on research activities, pedagogy and executive education.

It takes 8 years for working-class social science graduates to catch-up with higher-class peers

Working class social science graduates will start in less prestigious occupations than their higher-class peers, research by the University of Cologne reveals.

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