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1 hour ago, johnpetersen said:

The Chinese govt. is the adversary. Not Chinese people in general. But thanks for the display of bigotry. Very revealing.

We can all count on him!

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Not only do they have to leave but they have to pay full tuition fees to study online.

 

Pure evil.

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6 hours ago, Mama Noodle said:

 

No problem at all. If the UK, Oz, or little America (Canada) wants to allow students to be granted long term visas for taking 100% online classwork with zero physical institution presence then go for it.

Don't lose sight of the fact that it is the universities themselves that are promoting the wholly online courses.  They make a boatload without having to employ staff.

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21 minutes ago, car720 said:

Don't lose sight of the fact that it is the universities themselves that are promoting the wholly online courses.  They make a boatload without having to employ staff.

The professors will still be teaching.

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28 minutes ago, johnpetersen said:

The professors will still be teaching.

I think one online class could hold up to a thousand students.  How many students in one professor's class.

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Posted (edited)
4 minutes ago, car720 said:

I think one online class could hold up to a thousand students.  How many students in one professor's class.

That may be true for huge lecture classes. But smaller classes are interactive. These are not cheap canned internet courses.

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