With the emergence of Industry 4.0 and its accompanying technologies, educational management techniques must be reevaluated to stimulate creativity and equip individuals with knowledge about these new technologies. This extensive literature study delves into the Education 4.0 age, defined by a people-centered education strategy that transcends traditional classroom settings and allows for learning from any location. This study advises identifying sub-criteria within the four basic criteria evaluated and examining their consequences to contribute to existing research. Furthermore, a thorough examination of the impact of Industry 4.0 and Education 4.0 on various elements of business, politics, and society is required. The COVID-19 pandemic has expedited the global adoption of remote education, emphasizing the need for technological infrastructure (Perrin & Wang, 2021). While blended learning approaches are becoming more popular, it is critical to understand that distance learning processes relying purely on internet connectivity are inadequate. To achieve good educational outcomes and promote educational equality globally, enrichment activities compatible with Education 4.0 ideals must be integrated into distance learning. This literature analysis emphasizes the importance of reviewing and implementing effective educational management techniques in the Education 4.0 era. The TOPSIS analysis emerges as a significant tool for evaluating and selecting Education 4.0-aligned educational models. This study provides insights into present educational methods, identifies research gaps, and makes recommendations for future research and practice by synthesizing existing studies. Overall, resolving the problems and capitalizing on the opportunities given by Education 4.0 is critical to ensuring a well-prepared workforce and fostering societal progress in the Industry 4.0 age.