THE podcast: 9-15 April 2015 issue review

April 9, 2015

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The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey, university support for PhD students’ physical and mental health, and figures suggesting nearly half of academics feel their workload has gone up as student fees have risen are tackled in this week’s issue review podcast.

John Elmes is joined by reporters Chris Parr, Jack Grove, and Holly Else.

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