Universities have sent out a record number of early offers this year and applications for some admission schemes have tripled as year 12 students rush to secure their future amid the uncertainty caused by COVID-19.
The institutions are struggling with the loss of international student revenue as the pandemic continues to prevent students from flying in from overseas.
In this episode, national editor Tory Maguire is joined by the Herald's education editor Jordan Baker to discuss the fate of tertiary institutions and students post-pandemic.
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