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FOUR UK CITIES RANKED AMONG TOP 50 FOR STUDENTS
FOUR UK CITIES RANKED AMONG TOP 50 FOR STUDENTS
"FAILING" UNIVERSITIES SHOULD BE PUNISHED,  SAYS WHICH?
"FAILING" UNIVERSITIES SHOULD BE PUNISHED, SAYS WHICH?
QAA CHIEF DEFENDS AGENCY'S RECORD ON SAFEGUARDING STANDARDS
QAA CHIEF DEFENDS AGENCY'S RECORD ON SAFEGUARDING STANDARDS
GRAMMAR SCHOOL EDUCATION NO GUARANTEE OF HE SUCCESS
GRAMMAR SCHOOL EDUCATION NO GUARANTEE OF HE SUCCESS
HE FUNDING SYSTEM IS BAD DEAL FOR ALL, SAYS HEC
HE FUNDING SYSTEM IS BAD DEAL FOR ALL, SAYS HEC
ACTION OVER PENSIONS SUSPENDED
ACTION OVER PENSIONS SUSPENDED
RECORD NUMBERS OF UK STUDENTS GO TO US TO STUDY
RECORD NUMBERS OF UK STUDENTS GO TO US TO STUDY
CALL FOR 25,000 UK STUDENTS TO GO TO INDIA
CALL FOR 25,000 UK STUDENTS TO GO TO INDIA
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Four UK cities ranked among top 50 for students

London is the third best student city in the world, according to a new ranking.

HEi News Roundup November 24

Higher education news from the weekend and last week

HEi-think: The QAA is not secretive or an "arm of the government"

Responding to an HEi-think piece from Professor Geoffrey Alderman, Quality Assurance Agency Chief Executive Anthony McClaran denies that the QAA is secretive or an "arm of government", but argues instead that it is playing a key role in upholding standards and protecting the reputation of UK higher education worldwide.

York and Sheffield launch academy for physics graduates

A new academy designed to encourage more physics graduates into technical careers has been formally launched at the University of York.

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