This week on the podcast Michelle Donelan’s letter to UKRI expressing outrage over “extremism” has been in the news, and Gillian Keegan is bearing down on antisemitism on campus – we discuss and assess the fallout.
Plus OfS is set to get digging around into franchised provision, and we try to work out if the student training needs in England’s long-term NHS plan are deliverable.
With Sally Mapstone, Principal and Vice Chancellor at the University of St Andrews, Paul Greatrix, Registrar at the University of Nottingham, David Kernohan, Deputy Editor at Wonkhe, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at City, University of London and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
- Who broke the student housing market?
- We need to decide what good research looks like
- Are international students crowding out Scottish students? Not in the way the Scottish Conservatives think
- In the Commons, debates about students are all about perspective
- A compromise over students emerges on the Renters (Reform) Bill
- IHEC: Is the UK developing global mindsets?