This week on the podcast we consider the state of the sector’s finances. Did the dire predictions of a sector in financial crisis come close to happening?
There’s also new research on students’ digital skills, some careers confidence stats, plus we catch up with SU evidence into the Student Futures Commission and our Black Lives Matter event.
With Diana Beech, Chief Exec at London Higher, and Ben Villiamy, Chief Exec at the University of York Students’ Union and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor.
On the site
- Kingston University spearheads Future Skills campaign
- The beginnings of the pandemic are now being seen in sector finances.
- Scotland gets guidance on risk reduction next year (and bubbles are back in Wales).
- Gendered education policy does more harm to white working-class girls than discussing white privilege.
- Is higher education in England financially stable?
- Lack of work experience proves a barrier for jobseekers.
- A curriculum for a complex world – students’ views on digital literacy in the curriculum.
- Wonkhe @ Home: Do black lives still matter in HE?
- Student Futures Commission SU Evidence Session.
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