This week on the podcast we discuss a new report on the relationship between universities and China and ask if UK HE is too close to the superpower.
There’s also ONS data on graduate employment and student wellbeing, and fresh findings from Jisc on the digital student experience.
Mike Ratcliffe’s Hidden History travels to Bologna, and we take a quick look at new OfS Access and Participation data that suggests changes to assessment methods and policies at the end of last year had a significant impact on attainment gaps.
With Selena Bolingbroke, consulting fellow for the Halpin Partnership, Amatey Doku, consultant with the Nous Group, and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
Items this week
- The China question: managing risks and maximising benefits from partnership in higher education and research
- Jisc’s digital experience insight surveys offer a window into the student experience during the pandemic. Sarah Knight sets out the key findings.
- How graduates got on in the Covid-19 job market.
- More than one in four students feel lonely often or always.
- No detriment seems to have helped disadvantaged students attain their potential
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