This week on the podcast the 2023 Student Academic Experience Survey is out, and it finds that more students are in paid employment than ever before. Does that matter?
Plus the marking and assessment boycott is picking up pace, and the Lifelong Loan Entitlement has been in the Lords – we wonder where the demand is.
With Carole-Anne Upton, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Global Innovation and Impact, Middlesex University, Ben Vulliamy, Chief Executive at University of York Students’ Union, James Coe, Associate Editor at Wonkhe and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
- A more flexible funding system needs to apply to maintenance not just tuition
- Average experience scores belie a bifurcating cohort of survivors and thrivers
- What are students’ rights over MAB mitigations?
- Lifelong Learning Bill Lords second reading
- Does the MAB mean students can claim a refund?
- Why isn’t the MAB making a difference?
- How to improve the LGBTQ student experience