The role of FE in the growth of higher education

25th August 2000 at 01:00
The role of FE in the growth of higher education continues. Figures for 1998 99 show that, of those Scots entering HE for the firsttime in Scotland, 43 per cent of full-time students and 71 per cent of part-timers began their studies in an FE college.

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