Students of Belgium’s VUB university take their exams at the Art and History Museum in Brussels while maintaining social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: DPAStudents of Belgium’s VUB university take their exams at the Art and History Museum in Brussels while maintaining social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: DPA
Students of Belgium’s VUB university take their exams at the Art and History Museum in Brussels while maintaining social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: DPA
Tan Eng Chye
Opinion

Opinion

Tan Eng Chye

After Covid-19, universities will play a more critical role than ever

  • Higher learning institutions are equipping students, industries and countries for a post-coronavirus future
  • As the pandemic accelerates change, universities have a duty to make sure these students will not become a ‘lost generation’

Students of Belgium’s VUB university take their exams at the Art and History Museum in Brussels while maintaining social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: DPAStudents of Belgium’s VUB university take their exams at the Art and History Museum in Brussels while maintaining social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: DPA
Students of Belgium’s VUB university take their exams at the Art and History Museum in Brussels while maintaining social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: DPA
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