Together, the changes to course structure, pedagogy, and student and employer expectations will necessitate a change to the culture of the institution as well as its technologies. We see four broad archetypes of student-centric universities emerging.
- There is likely to be significant diversity in university mission and execution across the future higher education landscape.
Features and Benefits
- Assesses four different archetypes of institutions, created in response to changing student expectations and employer demands
- Analyzes the ways in which new technologies can enhance the student experience
Key questions answered
- How can institutions differentiate themselves from others?
- How can institutions derive the most value out of working with strategic partners?
Table of contents
Recommendations for institutions
Putting the student at the center will transform universities
Four future university archetypes
Two dynamics that could drive the shape of future universities
The two key dynamics combine to compel universities to differentiate
All can be excellent; none is necessarily best
Achieving student centricity will require better technology and data-driven insights
Small, smart steps can deliver big changes