In order to become an educational hub, schools and universities must step away from a traditional pattern. In particular.
To be open to students outside standard "cohorts", in other words, to the people of any age willing to engage in diverse lifelong learning.
To become quite flexible to provide educational experiences of different durations (from a brief one, limited to hours or minutes, to a very long one, extended to years), different intensity (from overly high, as in live role-playing games, to low, as in contemplative meditation), using different educational styles (co-operative and competitive, cognitive and emotional, participatory and observational, practice and theory-oriented, etc.).
To give opportunities to many independent suppliers who can add to the variety of the educational experience and create more sophisticated educational products through exchange and co-operation.