Online student experience
COVID-19 has turned the business world upside down. For many, navigating through the pandemic will be the biggest challenge of their professional career. How we respond and lead through a crisis can determine if a business survives or fails.
2020 has been challenging globally, but for countries that are already in the midst of political and societal unrest, the impact and suffering caused by the coronavirus pandemic is amplified; they are facing a crisis within a crisis.
With distance learning continuing to grow in popularity - the global online education market is set to reach US$ 350 Billion by 2025 – it has never been more important for ambitious professionals to ensure that they have the knowledge and skills they need to stand out.
“Across the globe, there’s a widening gap between employers’ need for skilled project management workers and the availability of professionals to fill those roles.”1
In August this year, machine bias dominated the headlines as a ‘mutant algorithm’ – so named by Prime Minister Boris Johnson – wreaked havoc upon A-Level exam results.
‘We are living in sad and turbulent times’ says Dr Katerina Krulisova, Lecturer in International Relations at Nottingham Trent University, in a recent webinar on Women in Global Movements.
For the world to keep thriving socially and economically, all states must work together. Organisations like the United Nations, the European Union and the World Bank exist to make sure this can happen.
As well as having exceptional teaching staff and unrivalled global business links, NTU has carefully designed its MBA offering to maximise employability – it’s why 100% of our full-time MBA graduates find graduate-level employment within six months
If you’re new to the webinar concept, you may be wondering how it all works and what the benefits are.
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has claimed a hat-trick of prestigious accolades, winning major awards for the third year in a row. It’s no mean feat, and showcases NTU’s dedication to delivering excellence in teaching and learning.