THE podcast: 12-18 January 2017 issue review

The latest edition of Times Higher Education is discussed by the editorial team

January 16, 2017
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The potential impact of Brexit on the UK's universities, how academics feel when their children go to university, and a paper that argues poverty - not gender - is the biggest barrier to university entry are all discussed in this week's Times Higher Education podcast.

Reporter John Elmes is joined by features editor Paul Jump, reporter Jack Grove, and deputy news editor John Morgan.

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