Global Student Survey: a survey of the lives, hopes and fears of undergraduate students across 21 countries in the age of COVID and beyond

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Corporate author:

Yonder (Firm)

Abstract:

At the outset of 2021, the world's students are under greater pressure than at any time in living memory and face unique challenges that leave their path to success less certain than for previous generations. The reasons are complex. The [Coronavirus Disease 2019] COVID-19 pandemic, and the vast shifts that the education system has undergone to adapt to it, have had a destabilizing effect on learning. Many students have struggled to adjust from a system of mainly face-to-face learning to one that is almost entirely online. But, even before the pandemic, life for students was tough - with...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Students; Higher education; Participation; Outcomes; Technology

Keywords: Survey; Graduates; Online learning; Cost; Wellbeing; Youth transitions; Transition from education and training to employment; Relevance of education and training; Attitude; Perception; Social aspects; Career goal

Geographic subjects: Argentina; Australia; Brazil; Canada; China; France; Germany; Great Britain; India; Indonesia; Italy; Japan; Kenya; Korea (South); Malaysia; Mexico; Russia; Saudi Arabia; Spain; Turkey; United States; South America; Oceania; North America; Europe; Asia; Africa; Middle East

Published: Santa Clara, California: Chegg.org, 2021

Physical description: 69 p.

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https://www.chegg.org/global-student-survey-2021

Also called: Global Student Survey: a survey of the lives, hopes and fears of undergraduate students across 21 countries in the age of Coronavirus Disease and beyond

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 146.733

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