THE podcast: 12 September 2013 issue review

September 12, 2013

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Assessing the impact of mobile phones on higher education in Africa, how the value of the Indian Rupee could impact international student recruitment and a potential flashpoint over fees at the annual Liberal Democrat conference are discussed in this week’s issue review.

Elizabeth Gibney is joined by editor John Gill, deputy news editor John Morgan and writer David Matthews to look at the latest issue of Times Higher Education.

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