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One Direction film goes through UCAS clearing

there must be a scholarship for what they doThe University Clearing Service UCAS has confirmed a late application for a Music Technology BSc at the University of Bedfordshire from One Direction. Wary that fickle fame might desert them, the Anglo-Irish pop band admitted they needed to ‘get serious’ after what they described as a very enjoyable gap year. However, UCAS administrators had some reservations about the number of tariff points accumulated from the boys’ scant collection of mediocre GCSEs, used panties and coloured bits of string.

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Posted: Aug 22nd, 2013
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Burglars call for cuts in tuition fees as student numbers fall

will pay it all back when they start earning £20k a year‘With student houses you have at least four sets of laptops, iPhones and a fair bit of ready cash in each house, protected only by a front door that they’re probably too stoned to lock,’ said a spokesburglar. ‘If there aren’t any students, how are we going to make an honest living?’

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Posted: Sep 16th, 2012
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MBA marketing student ‘unwittingly acted a bit C2’

First-year MBA marketing student Denise Turner has admitted that instead of acting like a regular ABC1 citizen, she may have unwittingly displayed behaviour which could categorise her as a C2, or even a D.

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Posted: Oct 15th, 2011
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Government to introduce protest fees for students

Vince Cable 'heroic'The coalition government today unveiled controversial plans to begin charging fees to students who wish to leave school and pursue a course in opposing government policy.

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Posted: Dec 10th, 2010
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University of Life to introduce tuition fees

You're fined!The University of Life now requires applicants to borrow £500 to buy a secondhand van and go around selling cleaning products and Amstrads door-to-door.

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Posted: Nov 11th, 2010
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