THE podcast: 14- 20 July 2016 issue review

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

July 15, 2016
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Theresa May’s plans for higher education, how essay mills are producing "undetectable" papers, and teaching humanities for millennials are all discussed.  

John Elmes is joined by deputy news editor John Morgan, reporter Chris Havergal and acting features and opinions editor Paul Jump.

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