Higher Education: news and advice

The evolution of study and learning formats

Since the start of the health crisis, the world of students, apprentices and interns has been deeply upset. In a few years, with the rapid spread of Covid-19, higher education had no choice but to adjust and try to find alternatives. How have learning formats adapted and what are the observable changes in recent years? How do students manage and feel these constant changes?
The need for new learning formats in response to the health crisis
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Student mobility in the face of Co-vid19: an increased difficulty for foreign students

France is a popular destination for foreign students, placing it 5th in the world among host countries, with 385,000 students in 2019. It is also the first non-English speaking country to welcome non-European students, mainly from Africa or Asia. This mobility represents nearly 4.65 billion euros in daily expenses, school fees and transport costs.
Representing a major economic impact, the government wishes to boost the hosting of foreign students, with the objective of more than 500,00… Read more

Virtual reality helps students

Virtual reality is a model, very faithful to reality, of a 3D object or space. Equipped with a helmet, it is then possible to move around and interact in a virtual space. While we are in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, government instructions call for continuing to limit contact. Video conferencing and other remote communication solutions are therefore making a comeback. Along with virtual reality, distancing potentially offers even more possibilities.
Virtual reality at the servi… Read more