An annual report that focuses on the important issues that drive the world of education and that are intertwined in everyday operations. The analyses are informed by the methodology described here.
An important insight and link in the annual reporting of the different principles in the implementation of sustainability, accessibility, inclusiveness and diversity is the questionnaire survey that is conducted directly with the management of the educational institutions and among the students of the institutions.
In 2021, the analysis focused primarily on the accessibility of education for international students and their options. Possible favouring or disadvantaging of both domestic and international students.
The clear data shows that in 2021 there were more domestic students in the universities and almost 3/4 of them.
International study, according to the research, has been particularly exacerbated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which is affecting the day-to-day running of individual schools.
According to students and lecturers, the situation is improving mainly due to the online form of study, which is taken as a full replacement from 2020 onwards when it is impossible to attend the full-time form.
According to the results, students are very appreciative of the possibility of the online form of study and 87% of students are in favour of maintaining the online form of study even in the absence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Another important aspect is the monitoring of masculine and anti-feminine sentiments in the education option. Women all over the world face problems in educational opportunities. The graph below shows that more students are male.
This fact needs to be constantly reminded so that every institution realizes that only with a proactive approach can women achieve the same opportunities as men.
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