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According to a study published by UCJC, European university students place major importance on AI, mental health and hybrid learning

Camilo José Cela University (UCJC) presented the study entitled The Future of University Education at the European Parliament, alongside ThinkYoung and in which 3,385 young Europeans comprising of students and graduates between the ages of 18 and 29 from 13 different countries took part. Based on these opinions, the study offers a series of recommendations to transform higher education.

The results of this survey, one of the largest and most comprehensive carried out so far in Europe on university education, show the interest of young people in incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other technologies into the learning process. Approximately 60% use and positively value AI, and 63% recognise the benefits of incorporating Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality into education.

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