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“Malcolm McVicar Vice-chancellor, University of Central Lancashire• The news that BPP University College's owner, Apollo, is being investigated by the US Higher Learning Commission for deceiving students comes as little surprise.”
“The Vice-chancellor of the Central University of Orissa, Surabhi Banerjee has called on the state higher education secretary Madhusudan Padhi.”
“So he was still larding his conversation with Latin tags - he'd been a mighty scholar, you see, before they rode him out of Oxford on a rail, for garrotting the Vice-chancellor or running guns into Wadham, likely, tho 'he always claimed it was academic jealousy.”
““The seeds, Vice-chancellor, do we know which seeds were taken—ones from Russia, perhaps?””
“Vice-chancellor of TUT, Prof Errol Tyobeka said: "I foresee a vibrant partnership with the department of labour that will inevitably lead to prosperity.”
“Vice-chancellor Loyiso Nongxa said in a statement released on”
“Vice-chancellor Prof Njabulo Ndebele said it was fitting that the university honoured Annan and Shuttleworth for their tremendous contributions in their respective fields.”
“Vice-chancellor Professor Ramaranka Mogotlane issued a memorandum on Monday ordering all students to leave the campus by noon on”
“Vice-chancellor for the spirit of warm and constructive cooperation that has marked the preparation for the Binational Commission meeting, the work of the special Committees of the Commission and for the concrete results that have been achieved.”
“Vice-chancellor Njabulo Ndebele said the agreement represented an important development.”
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