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Oxford Tops Latest University League Table

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Oxford University has been ranked as the best university in the annual Times Higher Education world rankings for the fourth year in a row.


Bristol University Offer Accommodation in Wales After Running Out of Beds

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Bristol University has been offering students accommodation in Wales after running out of room at its own halls.


Construction Delays Plague Lincoln Scheme

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Students have been forced to live in alternative accommodation due to delays in the construction of a new 301-bed scheme in Lincoln.


Universities Providing Cash Incentives in a Competitive Market

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Universities are being criticised over their use of cash incentives to persuade students to join their courses, with those going through clearing being offered scholarships of up to £4,500.


Lords Report Condemns Tuition Fee Cut

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A Lords committee has concluded that a reduction in tuition fees for students in England would have severe consequences for universities.


University of Lincoln Moves Closer to New Campus

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One of Grimsby town centre's most run down areas is set to be developed into a campus for the University of Lincoln.


Kingston Shortlisted for International CIPD Award

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Kingston University's Business School has been shortlisted for an international CIPD award.


New Facility Named After North East Businesswoman

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Newcastle University is to name its new £39m teaching facility after a leading North East businesswoman.


Aberystwyth Module Recognised by International Studies Association

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Aberystwyth University's use of topical news stories to teach international politics has been recognised by the British International Studies Association.


Cardiff Met Changes Development Focus

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Cardiff Metropolitan University has dropped plans to move its School of Technologies to the Brains Brewery site at Central Quay.


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