There is going to be an increase in blended learning - Universities South Africa
Universities are preparing to welcome new students for the 2021 academic year.
The Department of Basic Education released the 2020 matric results and the cohort achieved a pass rate of 76.2%.
Speaking to John Perlman, Universities South Africa CEO professor Ahmed Bawa says they are ready.
Each university will determine its own path because each university is different.Professor Ahmed Bawa, CEO - Universities South Africa
There will be a significant increase in what we call blended learning. This is kind of the pattern for the future.Professor Ahmed Bawa, CEO - Universities South Africa
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