Higher education

Learner demand for digital, personalized experiences, new competitors such as skills-based platforms, a globalized world where an institutions´ location is less relevant – higher education is changing fundamentally. So how can business schools and universities keep up and thrive? Virtual or hybrid virtual teaching enabled by a strong technology partner is part of the solution.

weConnect for higher education

Barco weConnect enables you to teach across borders and to innovate based on pedagogical goals. The solution delivers to participants a front row experience while instructors make an impact on the entire audience, monitor participants and offer support whenever necessary. Learners enjoy quality interaction, in-depth collaboration and varied content such as videos, polls, quizzes and enhanced breakout rooms. Additionally, user analytics help you adjust methods, optimize classes and enhance learning outcomes.

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Some of our higher education customers

INSEAD executive education from anywhere in the world

INSEAD is a leading business schools with locations across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America. More than 11,000 executives participate in INSEAD's executive education programmes each year. The weConnect virtual classroom powers INSEAD GO-Live, a ground-breaking experience helping executives learn from anywhere in the world.

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Mays Business School at Texas A&M University: delivering world-class business education

Mays educates over 6,400 students in accounting, finance, management, management information systems, marketing and supply chain management. With its strong emphasis on a global education, Mays was determined to find a solution that enabled them to maintain those standards.

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The state of education technology in business schools 2021-22

Education technology in business education is gaining momentum and shows no signs of slowing down. Three quarters (75%) of Business School leaders say that their Schools are now using virtual classrooms – a significant increase from 51% at the end of 2020. Additionally, the report suggests a prevalence for enabling flexible learning programs supported by online and hybrid teaching methods, optimized by data and analytics.

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