This week on our Christmassy podcast, England has moved to plan B – but what does that mean for students and universities?
The UCAS end of cycle report is out – what does a bumper year for high tariff providers mean for their local areas and the test of the sector? Plus there’s new reports on staffing in higher education, the idea of a “one nation” university, and Wonkhe’s bid for the Christmas #1.
With Jackie Njoroge, Director of Strategy at the University of Salford, Andy Westwood, Professor of Government Practice at the University of Manchester, Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at Nottingham Trent University, David Kernohan, Associate Editor at Wonkhe and presented by Mark Leach, Editor in Chief at Wonkhe.
Featured on the show
- England moves to Plan B and DfE has some guidance
- End of cycle: increased grades in 2021 will create increased competition for places in 2022
- End of cycle 2021: Tariff, grades, and RPAs
- HEPI: One Nation University: Spreading opportunity, reducing division and building community
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