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What does HEE stand for?

HEE stands for Higher Education Establishments

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

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He also said that we're laying the foundation stone for the construction of Innovation Complex Muscat which will be a pioneering and key step in this area and we will start the actual work in the complex and we are going to attract cadres from various higher education establishments, universities and centres.
We should be looking to try and encourage other, particularly higher education establishments, and even going further down in the education sector, to say these are the really good places for young sports people to have the right environment in which to develop, carry on with their academic career while they're doing their training," he said.
AFTER 50 years of taking down official signs which do not feature the Welsh language, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg yesterday declared its intention to put up signs for the national Welsh-Language College on the property of existing Higher Education Establishments unless they do so themselves.
The visits, which took part on the sidelines of the International Federation of Training and Human Resources Development Organisations board of directors meetings, held recently in New Delhi, also included the International Management Institute (IMI), one of the most prestigious higher education establishments in India which is specialized in granting PhD and Master degrees in management.
The company provides a complete construction management solution with a strong reputation in luxury hotel refurbishment and development, higher education establishments and data centres.
Participants include Qian Tang, Assistant UNESCO Director-General for Education, Jamil Salmi, the World Bank's Tertiary Education Coordinator, and Barbara Ischinger, the OECD's Director for Education, along with representatives of the world's leading rankings systems, policy-makers, experts, researchers, students, representatives of international organizations, the media and higher education establishments from around the globe.