This week on the podcast the government is to consult on “minimum service levels” during industrial action at universities. What could happen next?
Plus Michelle Donelan is kicking “woke ideology” out of science, immigration and international students were the talk of the Conservative Party Conference fringe, and there’s new findings on student views of engagement analytics.
With Julian Gravatt, Deputy Chief Executive at Association of Colleges, Elise Page, Postgraduate Officer at University of East Anglia Students’ Union, James Coe, Associate Editor at Wonkhe, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at City, University of London and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
- Jim Dickinson has been on the fringe of Conservative Party Conference – and detects a shift in the debate over international students and housing.
- Abuses in the international education system are causing a crackdown.
- The Research England executive chair announces details of the new Regional Innovation Fund, and celebrates her first year in office.
- Students have views on how learning engagement data should be collected, analysed and used. Michelle Craig and Debbie McVitty share findings of new research from Wonkhe and Solutionpath.
- Gillian Keegan announces “minimum service levels” in universities.