THE podcast: assessing Gulf ‘success’ on female STEM enrolment

Members of the editorial team discuss THE data showing trends in global STEM enrolments

May 25, 2018

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Times Higher Education’s data editor, Simon Baker, joins Sara Custer this week to explore female enrolments on STEM-related undergraduate courses and the trend that Gulf universities outperform all other countries in this metric by a wide margin.

And we turn to Natasha Ridge, executive director of the Al Qasimi Foundation for Research Policy in the United Arab Emirates, to help explain why there are so many female STEM undergraduates in the Gulf but so few women actually employed in STEM fields.

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