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... Ranked 1st in UK for widening access to Higher Education, teaching and research standards, and low non-completion rates (Times Higher Education Supplement, 2002) The University was ...
... was formed in 2003, with over 50 years history delivering tertiary education to the Northern Territory ... in the service professions, and the teaching of education remains a key focus ... It was recently ranked by The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) at number 43 in its annual ranking of the world's top 200 universities for 2007 ...
... Freie Universität Berlin based on popular international ranking exercises are as follows Times Higher Education World University Rankings Year Source Overall International Ranking Overall Regional Ranking (Europe ...
... University of Greenwich 2011 The Guardian Nottingham Trent University 2010 Times Higher Education Supplement University of Plymouth 2009 Times Higher Education Supplement Nottingham Trent University 2008 Times Higher ...
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—Gerard Manley Hopkins (18441889)
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