University Changes in the 4.0 Educational Era: A Study into Moroccan Students' Interests

Najia Amini, Youssef Sefri, Abdelhak Chakli, Fadwa Mahiri, Abderrahim Aassoul, Mohamed Radid


Faced with the challenges presented by the transition to Industry 4.0, deep and rapid transformation is required for higher education to meet the demands of the fourth industrial revolution. This article aims to investigate students' perceptions of various components of their academic ecosystem. our study is interested in examining the preferred teaching models, competencies, and fields of study that higher education should develop and national/international mobility. A questionnaire survey was conducted using a quantitative approach to collect students' perceptions; 97 students from Hassan 2 University participated in the study. The findings indicate that students are interested in blended learning, that they require programs to build their managerial and employability skills, that mobility is a fundamental element of education 4.0, and that its impact on employability development is recognized. The study enhances our understanding of higher education students' interactions within their university ecosystem. This study might be beneficial for policymakers and educational decision-makers in the transformation toward a university 4.0.

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