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1, It says vice-chancellors believe this Government, any government, will not fund expansion.
2, Only two vice-chancellors responded, and they both support some form of fees.
3, That being so, the vice-chancellors are acting responsibly to explore alternative sources of funding.
4, They heard Vice-Chancellor Colin Campbell thank the many graduates who have already contributed to the cost of the new Centre.
5, Once vice-chancellors start to think the unthinkable, then the issue becomes part of the agenda and it becomes harder to retreat.
6, What the vice-chancellors are asking, very simply, is where the necessary additional funds are to come from.
7, The vice-chancellors asked for papers to inform their debate on fees at Leeds.
8, Two years later he was appointed vice-chancellor, in which capacity he served until his death.
9, Now is the time for vice-chancellors to go in hard and exact promises of increased funding.
10, Several university vice-chancellors are women.
11, David Greenaway is vice-chancellor at the University of Nottingham.
12, Edward Acton, vice-chancellor of the University of East Anglia, told the committee he hoped to announce the chair of a new inquiry, into the scientific findings of the CRU, later this week.
13, Prof Geoffrey Crossick, vice-chancellor of the University of London, said the current system of delivering higher education was "no longer financially sustainable".
14, Professor Andrew Hamilton, the university's vice-chancellor, described the school as "a huge milestone in Oxford's history."
15, He achievedvery prominent positions at Oxford, vice-chancellor of the university and deanof one of the colleges.
16, Prof Andrew Hamilton, Oxford's vice-chancellor, said: "The school represents a huge milestone in Oxford's history.
17, Vice-Chancellor Ghauth Jasmon introduced the educational philosophy and Chinese language teaching of the university.
18, PVC: Oh yes, vice-chancellor, things are moving forward, beyond our wildest dreams.
19, PVC: Excuse my French, vice-chancellor,(http://sentencedict.com/vice-chancellor.html) but what the hell is this lot of complete dipsticks crapping on about?
20, Les Ebdon, vice-chancellor of Bedfordshire, said his university was running extra induction weeks in anticipation of international students being delayed.
21, The university's vice-chancellor Lazarus Hangula said Mr Nujoma's decision was a "cause of jubilation" for staff and students alike.
22, Oxford Brookes University is seeking a successor to its vice-chancellor who retires this Easter.
23, The 48-year-old professor, an internationally known languages expert and former vice-chancellor of Essex University, is due in court in October.
24, From ancient time until now, the role of English university's vice-chancellor has transformed from the academic official, the administrative official to managed expert.
25, Despite the wonders of the FSUW, I can hear the bleating of the pro vice-chancellor (teaching and learning) at Slumberton University.
26, Kao, who gained a PhD from Imperial College and became vice-chancellor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said: "I am absolutely speechless and never expected such an honour.
27, "The university is obviously extremely, extremely unhappy and disappointed that this sort of incident should occur, " Queensland University of Technology vice-chancellor Peter Coaldrake said.
28, [Uncrossing legs] On the teaching front, well, we have come up trumps, vice-chancellor.
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