How the pandemic will affect planning students, by Cliff Hague

Students incarcerated in halls of residence are unhappy. Academics are suffering Zoom-fatigue and groaning under the pressure of converting to online teaching. University finance officers fret about what it is all going to mean for cash flow, and play Insolvency Bingo: which higher education institution will go bust first?

by Cliff Hague

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