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World Academic Summit - A Podcast preview

Posted on 16/08/2017

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Is London still the place to be for students and researchers? How has Brexit impacted UK higher education? And how significant are the results of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings? All these issues, along with a look at the programme for next month's World Academic Summit in London, are discussed in this podcast special, published by Times Higher Education.

King's President and Principal, Professor Ed Byrne is joined by Professor Funmi Olonisakin, Vice President/Vice-Principal (International), and Provost/Senior Vice President (Arts & Sciences), Professor Evelyn Welch.

Find out more on THE website: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/opinion/podcast-world-academic-summit-2017-preview

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