This week on the podcast we consider the fall out from last week’s immigration figures.
Is a crackdown on international students really on its way from government? Plus we chat China amid growing concerns about the superpower’s relationship with HE, this year’s PTES suggests rapid expansion might need more careful management, and HESA is helping us understand brain drain.
With Lucy Van Essen-Fishman, Lead Policy and Research Analyst in Data and Innovation at HESA, Jonathan Simons, Partner and Head of the Education Practice at Public First, Michael Salmon, News Editor at Wonkhe and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
Featured on the show this week
- Postgraduate taught expansion isn’t the problem, getting the basics right is
- Still the China question
- The state of recruitment from China
- China today, tomorrow, and forever?
- Is the CCP influencing activity on campus?
- As net migration hits half a million, will international students be the target for reductions?
- Are graduates happier when they return home to work after study?
- UK Public Opinion toward Immigration: Overall Attitudes and Level of Concern