Attendance and engagement have both been lower post pandemic, according to the THE survey. Credit: Mr Bochelly via Unsplash.

Fewer students are attending in-person lectures and seminars now in a post pandemic era, according to a global survey by Times Higher Education.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, lectures and seminars took place online via platforms such as Teams and Zoom.

The THE survey conducted by reported that 76 per cent of respondents saw lower numbers in attendance, even after Covid restrictions were eased.

John Gill, editor of Times Higher Education, said in a tweet: “For politicians, a return to face-to-face lectures has been the measure of universities getting back to business. But do students want them, post-pandemic? ”

So what do you prefer: online or in-person teaching?

We asked students at NTU­, see the video below to hear their thoughts.