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What does IHE stand for?

IHE stands for Institute of Higher Education

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The 90 employees, including eight females, were enrolled in Tabish Institute of Higher Education in Kabul, head of the department, Abdul Rahman Ghafoori, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
The company will set up an academic learning centre -- Core International Institute of Higher Education -- and an executive MBA is also in the pipeline, said Core Education officials.
Byline: David Jones THE Leading Wales Awards 2008 are to be launched at the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education, Wrexham, on October 18.
He's about to study computing at the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education.
of Cape Town, South Africa), Phillips (North East Wales Institute of Higher Education, UK), and Williams (North East Wales Institute of Higher Education) present 20 chapters that describe the sources, biosynthesis, molecular structures, and physical properties of food polysaccharides; discuss their production and use in food formulations, indicating how chemical and physical properties relate to texture and functionality; explore the effects of cooking and the interactions between food polysaccharides and proteins, lipids, sugars, and metal ions; present analytical methods for food polysaccharides, including recent advances in identification and quantitative determination; and explore nutritional and ecological considerations such as the genetic engineering of food crops.
Graduates of the dental centre in the University of Wales, Institute, Cardiff, and those who attended what was Llandaff Technical College, South Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education or Cardiff Institute of Higher Education are invited to a reunion.
Similarly, as posed by the Institute of Higher Education Policy, questions pertaining to the effects of online learning on the overall human services' program, student demographics and retention, the effects of interactive technology, adequate theoretical grounding, effectiveness of digital libraries, and the impact of learning styles, need attention.