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How students can prepare for the future, and the changes COVID-19 will bring

Jul 28, 2020
The outlook for graduates in 2020 may be uncertain, but Graeme has had a lifetime of change and upheaval to draw from and offers his best advice for students.

How to thrive in isolation - tips from an expat remote worker

May 14, 2020
Genevieve is an Aussie expat living in Canada, & works remotely in our Mentor team. She shares her tips here for thriving in isolation and turning challenges into opportunities.

The plight of international students, and the need for online support

May 7, 2020
Professor John Rosenberg, with his decades of experience in higher education and particularly with international students, shares his thoughts on the current crisis and future of the sector.

Don't leave student success to chance - transition pedagogy before, during, and after COVID-19.

May 6, 2020
Professor Sally Kift delivers insights about transition pedagogy before, during and after COVID-19 - and how we might re-shape the education sector going forward.

The future of Higher Education in the UK: COVID19 impact on institutes and students

Apr 29, 2020
How are UK universities responding, what can be done and what can we learn from the current COVID-19 crisis? Professor Cliff Allan, former VC and DVC, shares his thoughts.

School in 2020: new learning, in a new way

Apr 17, 2020
Education consultant Geoff Kinkade talks about the impact of COVID19 on students learning, schooling, and life.

Studying and self-isolating: the lowdown on lockdown

Mar 23, 2020
You're self-isolating and still need to study. Here's how to keep your head and ensure you maximise your study time at home.

Working or studying from home - practical advice from a CTO

Mar 18, 2020
As COVID-19 sends many people into ‘work from home’ mode, these tips from our Chief Technology Officer will help you do it successfully, safely, and comfortably.