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university

An institution of higher learning. About 30 UK universities run medical degree programmes and receive money from various sources, including public funding for teaching and research through the Higher Education Funding Council for England.

university

An institution of higher learning that can grant a certificate of academic achievement

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Q. lately i am really depressed !! i was on my way to get to university ... i did this exam i had to do ... and i didn't get the grade i needed .. and that was one of the main terms to get into it . now , after i have received my grade , i have no idea what would happen with me .. my future is myste with fug and everything is blurry ... please does anyone has a good idea how to calm my self down ... ? to get me back on track ... ? i am afraid my life will not be as i want it to be ... and than what ?????

A. Listen, I understand you are stressed over your grades, which is fine and normal. However, one bad exam doesn't mean your entire professional life will be bad and that you won't succeed. If you feel like you want better grades, re-take the exams you can, and improve your grades. I believe that in order to succeed in life you need more than just grades, you need actual perseverance.

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Microsoft Research University Relations created the annual Faculty Summit in 2000 to provide another forum for the exchange of information and ideas, discussions on key computing problems, and potential collaborations to shape the future of computing.
He is known internationally as a dynamic and visionary leader of a major research university.
In an article on the role of financial aid in maintaining a diverse student body, Ehrenberg and Murphy (1993) outline the following sources of financial pressure on research university budgets: reduced annual increases in tuition, relative increases in faculty salaries, more conservative endowment practices, deterioration of physical plant, increased library costs for international materials, the expenses associated with university-wide computerization, decreased government support, more competition for student applicants, and substantial increases in financial aid to students (pp.
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Funded research as a performance indicator in the research university should also be so valued by the profession.
USF's growth as a system and development into a top national research university comes as USF prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The North needs to develop a high-technology cluster for the mining industry around a single world-class research university with a strong focus on mining innovation.
Each member of the jury is a top professional in his or her chosen field who is committed to selecting the best team to redesign the College Avenue campus in a manner that is in the vanguard of contemporary design, sensitive to the campus' historic significance, and sustainable and appropriate to a major public research university.
She urges anyone considering a PhD program to enroll at a research university.
Participants focused on three issues: improved alignment of university goals with state needs; federal supplementation of public research university funding; and federal payment for the full facilities cost of research.
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No serious discussion of America's energy colleges and universities can overlook the special public research university chartered in the state of Colorado--the Colorado School of Mines--with its unique mission in mineral and material science and energy-related engineering, science, and technologies.

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