Scottish universities must adapt to the end of free tuition for EU students and the economic crisis; offering opportunities for young people to get the skills for the new post -Brexit, post-COVID world.
As is the case for other sectors, the global pandemic will have significant impacts on the third sector. However, it is likely that it will disproportionately affect the third sector, just as the 2010 UK Government austerity measures did. The demand for services is ever greater in a time of need, and at the same…
Education will be at the forefront of the post-pandemic recovery, with universities a key engine for skills, growth and jobs, as highlighted in the Report of the Advisory Group on Economic Recovery to the Scottish Government.
Universities are open this summer as always and like other sectors, are working towards our ‘new normal’ in the aftermath of the pandemic, with many innovative approaches being pioneered by colleagues across the country.
Universities and the recovery of local communities from the COVID-19 crisis: A role for the social sciences
Universities must seize the initiative and work with local partners at city and/or regional level in developing their plans and policies for post-COVID recovery and renewal.
How international collaboration between leading universities can play a key role in helping to shape a recovery that works for all.
Professor Anton Muscatelli argues that the recognition of university research in the UK budget now offers a focus, where UK research can help shape a post COVID-19 economy that delivers for all.
The contribution of universities will be crucial to post-COVID recovery but the quest for the ‘new normal’ must extend to universities too, says Anton Muscatelli, Principal of Glasgow University.
The Policy Scotland project to bring together Glasgow University staff and civic partners to help policymakers respond to the challenges resulting from coronavirus (COVID-19).
A public lecture by Professor John Goddard OBE which explored the challenge of building bridges between place, higher education and research and innovation policy.