I think as more and more online and verified training and examination takes route - a lot of Universities will die out over the coming decade in the their present form - many already have online courses available. Of course there are topics such as medicine where hands-on will still be required, but for the vast majority of subjects (and even many theoretical medical courses) online will likely be the route people take.
Online will also mean more choice and cheaper options.
This is most certainly the case for many IT degrees currently, but numerous other disciplines will follow quickly IMO.
It's a digital revolution that many chancellors and academic teachers are choosing to prefer to ignore currently - and are wriggling about - but it is already beginning to overwhelm them. Covid has done nothing but to speed that revolution up.