This week on the podcast UCAS has some new findings out on supporting students to make good (higher education) choices.
Wales has its own Erasmus replacement, Northern Ireland has a brain drain, Mary Curnock Cook appears to discuss the new UPP Foundation Student Futures Commission that she’s chairing, and a happiness course at Bristol brings a smile to the face. Plus Mike Ratcliffe tells the story of Oxford’s Masters degrees on Hidden History.
With Gavan Conlon, partner at London Economics, Jenny Shaw, Student Experience Director at Unite Students, and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor.
Items this week
- Westminster Hall debate on NHS Pay
- UCAS chief executive Clare Marchant introduces the findings of a new report exploring students’ views of the choices they made about higher education.
- Where next for understanding applicant choices? David Kernohan on the secret code to higher education applications.
- For Gwen Williams, a Welsh replacement for Erasmus puts Welsh higher education firmly on the map.
- UPP Foundation Student Futures Commission chair Mary Curnock Cook aims to channel the best of the HE sector’s thinking on building back student success post-Covid.
- Wonkhe speaks to Kirsty Williams
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