This article is more than 2 years old

Labour, decolonisation, housing

Is Labour's policy platform on higher education up to scratch? Should we decolonise the curriculum? Should universities take responsibility for dodgy student landlords?
This article is more than 2 years old

News and analysis of higher education from our leading team of wonks.


This week on the podcast we discuss Labour’s emerging policy on higher education. There’s also a look at curriculum decolonisation campaigns getting the royal seal of approval and the state of private student housing. – should universities intervene?

With serial non-exec and sector expert Mary Curnock Cook, HE consultant Pete Quinn, and Wonkhe’s Editor-in-Chief, Founder and CEO Mark Leach.

Items this week:

And this week’s “Yes, but does it correlate?” – Does the growth of an institution predict undergraduate dissatisfaction with the timeliness of academic feedback?

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google podcasts, Spotify, Deezer, Radio Public, Podchaser, Castbox, or via your favourite app with the RSS feed.

To get involved in the Wonkhe Weekly, email

Leave a Reply