This week on the podcast there’s a new director for fair access and participation at the Office for Students – what will that mean for students and universities?
Plus IFS has some fascinating new data out on social mobility, there’s a new report out on what graduates think about student loans and on Hidden History we look at how women came to study in the sector.
With Anne-Marie Canning, Chief Executive at the Brilliant Club, Adam Tickell, Vice Chancellor and President at the University of Sussex, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at Nottingham Trent, and presented by Mark Leach, Editor in Chief at Wonkhe.
Featured on the show
- Ministers are making new demands on access to and participation in higher education
- Who is John Blake and why was he chosen to lead a new agenda for access & participation?
- A new report from IFS and the Sutton Trust could change the game on access and participation. David Kernohan and Jim Dickinson get across the new world of subject level data on access and outcomes
- HEPI: Graduates reveal the financial and psychological burden of student loan debt: ‘It makes you feel sick and horrible’
- The Secret Life of Students 2022: Doing diversity differently, 15 February 2022, London
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