THE podcast: Forever young? Universities under 50

How are younger institutions building prestige and attracting global talent?

May 18, 2018
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Without hundreds of years of tradition to follow, how do young universities build reputation and attract global talent? Ahead of Times Higher Education's Young Universities Summit, we discuss what universities under 50 years old are doing to chart new courses in higher education and look at some examples among the post-92 group in the UK and the institutions in the Australian Technology Network of universities, that have an average age of 25. 

Sara Custer is joined by deputy news editor John Morgan, head of content and engagement for the THE World Summit Series, Tim Sowula, and executive director of the ATN, Renee Hindmarsh.

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