This week on the podcast the results of this year’s HEPI/Advance HE Student Academic Experience Survey are out.
Did students think that this year represented “value for money” and how can universities with their mental health? Plus there’s a new government science office, a report on postgraduate widening participation and that ongoing controversy over white working class children.
With Marian Hilditch, Deputy Academic Registrar at the University of Bradford and Chair of SROC, Jonathan Grant, Professor of Public Policy at the Policy Institute King’s College London and Director of Different Angles, David Kernohan, Associate Editor at Wonkhe, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at Nottingham Trent University, and presented by Mark Leach, Editor in Chief at Wonkhe.
On the site
- Universities got more than they paid for. Students didn’t.
- Widening postgraduate participation – we need to talk about fees
- White working-class students have been let down – just not by a debate over “white privilege”
- Is the hippocratic oath an answer to the student mental health question?
- The culture wars come to the Education Committee
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