QS Global Education News #10 – November 2022

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This issue will feature insights, articles and interviews with industry leaders focusing on:

  1. (Not) Ready Player One: The Metaverse has been touted as the next big thing in higher education, but what do students really think about it?
  2. Rethinking Design Education: Exploring how design education can help to create a workforce equipped to make positive change for people and the planet.
  3. Confronting the Past: Decolonising Edtech: Is the edtech sector at risk of repeating old habits? A look at how institutions can recognise and correct biases entrenched in the industry.

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