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Higher education in the United Kingdom.

Higher Education Funding Council for England.

Higher education in the United Kingdom.

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Written in English


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SeriesHEFCE Guide -- January 99/02
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Pagination21p.
Number of Pages21
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Open LibraryOL22455831M

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Higher Education in the United Kingdom 4 STUDENT SUPPORT 40 Funding of Research 41 HEFC FUNDING FOR RESEARCH: PERFORMANCE BASED RESEARCH FUNDING 42 RESEARCH COUNCILS AND CHARITIES’ FUNDING FOR RESEARCH 44 Sources of income of higher education institutions Higher Education In United Kingdom shared a link.

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