This week on the podcast we consider the issues presented by the return to campus for students and their universities.
There are new reports on digital learning and student activities and employability to get across, and we think through how teacher assessed A level results might impact admissions.
With Smita Jamdar, Partner & Head of Education at law firm Shakespeare Martineau, Paul Greatrix, Registrar and Secretary at University of Nottingham, and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
Items this week
- David Kernohan predicts an interesting admissions cycle following the Department for Education’s announcement on A level grades.
- Jim Dickinson reviews Sutton Trust evidence on the impact of the wider student experience and how it’s been harmed by Covid-19.
- The Westminster government’s Covid reopening roadmap is out. Jim Dickinson gets across the implications for higher education providers and students.
- Here’s some painkillers for the emerging admissions headache.
- Things have got better, but we still don’t really know how a criminal record has an impact on application to and study in higher education. Charlotte Brooks aims to find out
- Gravity Assist presents another look at the digital future of higher education – David Kernohan wishes it did more than scratch the surface.
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