THE podcast: 28 May - 3 June 2015 issue review

This week's issue discussed by the Times Higher Education team

May 27, 2015
THE podcast: 28 May - 3 June 2015 issue review

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How many of the world's top universities are led by women? Are there enough academic jobs for the number of people with PhDs? Is the end nigh for overseas branch campuses?

All these questions and more are addressed in this week's issue review. Chris Parr is joined by reporters Ellie Bothwell, Holly Else and Chris Havergal, and books editor Karen Shook.

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