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Why Choose University of Leeds in UK

The University of Leeds is one of the UK’s top universities, world famous for its quality of teaching and research, located in the heart of a vivacious, affordable and student friendly city. 153 more words

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Nigerian Students tops in U.S., UK universities

Nigerian Students tops in U.S., UK universities


Beneficiaries of the Presidential Scholarship Scheme studying in the U.S. and UK have been rated among top grades by their various universities. 429 more words


Labour Would 'Destroy' The University System If Tuition Fees Were Cut

Labour’s plans to cut the tuition fees to £6,000 would destroy British universities, a college principal has said.

Ed Byrne, principal at King’s College London, told… 176 more words

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Research Shows Students Dissatisfied with Degree

Recent research has revealed that many students do not find their degree course demanding. According to the Which? report, more than one in four undergraduates admit they can get away with doing very little study and still get good marks. 177 more words

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Commonwealth Scholarship for Study in University of Worcester, United Kingdom

If you would like to study in University of Worcester, United Kingdom and pursue Full Time Postgraduate Program in any Subject you can avail Commonwealth Scholarship which is being offered by UK Department for International Development (DFID) and UK Universities. 10 more words

Overseas Students creates a 'GAP' in the UK Education System

Higher Education in the UK is ‘Every Overseas Student Dream’ Said the Founder of Overseas Students Development Centre (OSDC). The UK is one of the most favorable destination for students seeking higher education worldwide. 465 more words

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Does this look like Universities colluding?

There is currently an ongoing dispute between academic staff and employers in the UK pre-92 Universities regarding the running of the USS pension scheme. I don’t want to get into the debate surrounding the reasons for the dispute, but an interesting competition law question has arisen regarding several UK Universities’ near identical responses to the fact the trade union that represents academic staff, the UCU, have announced a collective marking boycott as part of industrial action protesting at proposed changes to the pension scheme. 664 more words

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