#Oxbridge #places dominated by candidates from richer, southern parts of the United Kingdom; tiny #Surrey vaunts more slots than all #Wales— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) June 12, 2013
'Jaded horizons' part of the problem: entire districts in deindustrialised UK 'sending only a handful of applicants' tinyurl.com/loy8ftu— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) June 12, 2013
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Tagged as deindustrialisation, knowledge economy, maximum tuition fees, Oxbridge, student debt, student debt bubble, United Kingdom, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Wales
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