THE podcast: 16-22 July 2015 issue review

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

July 16, 2015
THE podcast: 16-22 July 2015 issue review
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The consequences for universities in the wake of a Brexit, what the academic world is reading this summer, institutions criticised for not doing enough to widen access to university, and sub-cutaneous primates are all discussed in the latest Times Higher Education issue review.

Chris Havergal is joined by books editor Karen Shook, news editor Simon Baker and deputy news editor John Morgan.

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