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Heads of new universities and colleges of higher education

Social Surveys (Gallup Poll) Ltd.

Heads of new universities and colleges of higher education

by Social Surveys (Gallup Poll) Ltd.

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Published by Gallup Poll Ltd in London (202 Finchley Rd, NW3 6EH) .
Written in English


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StatementGallup Poll Limited for NATFHE.
ContributionsNational Association of Teachers in Further and Higher Education.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19117618M

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