Many students are finding that they are not getting the university experience they were expecting, as some universities are still teaching online. This can be a huge disappointment, especially for those who have taken out student loans and are paying for their tuition. Future university league tables must take into account the proportion of teaching that is done in person so that students can make informed decisions about where to study.
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According to recent figures, around 30% of universities in the UK are still teaching entirely online, while another 30% are only offering a limited number of in-person classes.
Having classes online is preventing students from forming important relationships with their peers and professors. It also limits opportunities for professional development, as students are not able to network in person.
In addition, online learning can be more difficult for some students, as they may not have the same level of access to resources or support. This can impact their grades and make it more difficult to succeed in their studies.
Universities must provide an engaging and supportive learning environment for all students. Future university league tables should consider the proportion of teaching done in person so that students can choose a university that best meets their needs.
In University, there are more than just classes; there are also social interactions with other students and the opportunity to network, which are both key parts of the university experience. If you want to get the most out of your university experience, make sure to choose a university that offers plenty of in-person teaching.
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