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The ceremony was held under the patronage of Prof Amer bin Ali Al Rawas, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Post-graduate Studies & Research.
Cardiff 's Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Dylan Jones, said: "The broad subject fields published today show we are ranked in the world's top 100 for life sciences, whilst medicine ranks in the world's top 150.
Prof Richard Andrews, deputy vice chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University, said: "I was delighted and astonished at the brilliance of all the competitors, and am glad to see spelling receive such sustained attention in modern foreign languages.
Amer bin Ali al-Rowas , Deputy Vice Chancellor for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Dr.
It's about how to create an entrepreneurially-minded student at one level, at another it's seeing the institution as a leader of change in economic regeneration," said Professor Stephen Hagen, deputy vice chancellor of Newport University.
Deputy vice chancellor Professor Ian Marshall said: "The HEIF funding enables us to work with external businesses and the continued funding is a vote of confidence in what we're doing.
Khartoum, May 10 (SUNA) - Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Sudan for Sciences and Technology, Prof.
Deputy vice chancellor Peter Slee said there could be some "tricky" decisions to be made, particularly regarding the possible lift of the cap on tuition fees which could see students facing a rise in costs from pounds 3,250 to at least pounds 7,000 - or possibly higher.