The results of the 2017 Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings discussed by digital editor Chris Parr, rankings reporter Ellie Bothwell, and rankings editor Phil Baty.
The 2017 Times Higher Education Asia Universities Summit takes place at the University of Ulsan in South Korea from 14-16 March. Chris Parr is joined by rankings editor Phil baty, reporter Ellie Bothwell, deputy news editor John Morgan, and head of summit content Tim Sowula to discuss this prestigious event.
If academics flee the UK and the US following Brexit and Trump, where will they go? Are universities sufficiently politically diverse? And how can we encourage more underrepresented groups into post-graduate study?
These questions are all discussed in the latest THE issue review podcast.
Feb 23rd, 2017 by timeshighered
The role of universities as pillars of their local community, an interview with new University of Liverpool chancellor Colm Tóibín and the reasons why THE publishes the World University Rankings are discussed in this THE issue review podcast.
Chris Parr is joined by deputy news editor John Morgan, reporter Jack Grove, and rankings editor Phil Baty.
Donald Trump's travel ban, the most international universities in the world, and the declining number of European Union students applying to UK universities are all discussed in this week's issue review.
Times Higher Education editor, John Gill, is joined by news editor Simon Baker, deputy news editor John Morgan, and reporter Ellie Bothwell.
Are some universities looking to purchase the co-authorship of research papers to improve their reputation? What does the future hold for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology president L. Rafael Reif in the Donald Trump era? And where do the world's top CEOs go to university?
All these questions are looked at in the latest Times Higher Education issue review podcast. Chris Parr is joined by reporters Ellie Bothwell, John Elmes and Jack Grove.
The potential impact of Brexit on the UK's universities, how academics feel when their children go to university, and a paper that argues poverty - not gender - is the biggest barrier to university entry are all discussed in this week's Times Higher Education podcast.
Reporter John Elmes is joined by features editor Paul Jump, reporter Jack Grove, and deputy news editor John Morgan.
In this week's review, deputy news editor John Morgan reports from the US as the higher education world reacts to the election of Donald Trump, rankings editor Phil Baty reviews the THE BRICS and Emerging Economies Universities Summit in Johannesburg, and books editor Karen Shook gives us the lowdown on this week's Books section.
Nov 24th, 2016 by timeshighered
The 2016 Times Higher Education BRICS and Emerging Economies Summit will be hosted in partnership with the University of Johannesburg from November 30 to 2 December 2016.
Digital editor, Chris Parr, discusses the programme with head of content and engagement Tim Sowula, and rankings reporter Ellie Bothwell.