CBI comments on Universities UK HE report

October 2013
Workplace Learning & Skills Bulletin;10/21/2013, Issue 90, p4
The article informs that Katja Hall, chief policy director at the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), has commented on a report on part-time and higher education by the Universities UK organization by stating that number of British part-time undergraduate students has decreased as of 2013.


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