On the podcast this week there’s lots of data to crunch – it’s the end of UCAS’ 17/18 admissions cycle and there’s data on acceptances and offer making. There’s also a report out on degree apprenticeships, new research on student political attitudes and the latest from our contributors.
With Gemma Long, Quality Assurance and Engagement Manager for QAA Wales, Luke Myer, Vice President Academic at Edge Hill University Students’ Union and Wonkhe’s associate editor Jim Dickinson.
Items this week:
- UCAS End-of-Cycle Data
- Policy Connect report on degree apprenticeships
- Wonkhe policy watch on degree apprenticeships
- Social Mobility Commission report
- Wonkhe’s David Kernohan examines data and reasons for various kinds of unconditional offer from the latest UCAS release
- Wonkhe’s David Kernohan rounds up the big stories from the 2018 UCAS application cycle
- HEPI student polling report
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And this week’s “Yes, but does it correlate?” plotted unconditional offers against unexplained Firsts.