Postpandemic Outlook for Higher Education is Bleakest for the Poorest
Keywords:COVID-19 higher education crisis, internationalization of higher education, COVID-19 financial implications for higher education, inequalities and COVID-19 crisis
COVID-19 is creating a broadbased crisis for higher education globally. The implications include challenges to the internationalization of higher education—a key global element in recent decades, financial challenges, and others. Students and academic institutions in low-income countries and in less affluent parts of other nations will be especially affected.
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