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Greater Manchester, meanwhile, could also probably make do with a single-decker bus, with the city of Manchester itself sending just 10 students to Oxbridge, Trafford contributing 40 and Salford, Tameside and Bolton each sending one or two.
In this new situation, I observed many of my peers applying, with gusto, to Oxbridge and other top Russell Group universities, with positive outlooks and expectations.
Greenhead's Oxbridge coordinator, Dr Martin Smith, said: "It is very important that our students aspire to study at a university which will challenge them intellectually.
Their recent announcement that a staff member of Oriel College, Oxford, is to stand as a UKIP candidate in 2015 General Election shows both Oxbridge students and staff are standing for UKIP.
In the recent past we are delighted that 30 students have been accepted by Oxbridge and on Medical courses," he said.
But of course measuring that is not possible - so much easier to pretend everyone should want to go to Oxbridge and has failed if they don't.
The joint program with The Juilliard School aligns perfectly with Oxbridge Academy's mission to provide a world-class, life-defining educational experience to students," said Robert C.
Teachers and students think that Oxbridge is a closed shop, which is unfair.
The number of petroleum newsletters more than doubled in the last five years, rising to 242 from 117, and the number nutrition newsletters rose 95% to 71, according to the latest Oxbridge Directory of Newsletters, which is available in print, on a CD disk and online.
LONDON, March 22, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Oxbridge Research Group (TORG), http://www.
London, Feb 19 (ANI): An unknown female blogger is said to have started a racy online diary describing her sexual exploits and affairs at an Oxbridge university.