Eligible students ordinarily resident in Wales and starting full-time postgraduate ITT courses in the 2013/14 academic year
can also receive a tuition fee grant of up to PS5,425.
Students earning multiple degrees in an academic year
have each degree counted as a separate outcome.
UK university applications for the current academic year
rose by 1.
School principals said the large turnout of teachers and their efforts have been a huge success so far, and praised the Education Ministry for its help to ensure a new and successful academic year
for all Bahraini students.
The number of parents who lodged an appeal over the city primary school place they received went up from 313 for the academic year
2007-8 to 352 for 2008-9 - an increase of 12 per cent.
John Heron, Paragon Mortgages managing director, said: "Because landlords have secured tenancies for this academic year
already, they haven't been required to show an EPC certificate.
John Heron, Paragon Mortgages managing director, said: "As landlords have secured tenancies for this academic year
already, they haven't been required to show an EPC.
The academic year
is connected to a studied plan that coincides with the curriculum of every year and stage.
A statement on the university's website said, "Yale University is pleased to announce the appointment of Prime Minister Tony Blair as the Howland Distinguished Fellow for the next academic year
During the academic year
, more than 75,000 students fan out to 15 post-secondary institutions.
I am also pleased to report that we have realized strong pre-leasing within our student housing portfolio for the 2006-2007 academic year
CABINET approval is being sought on Birmingham school admission arrangements for the academic year
2007, to decide the number of places available at every primary and secondary school next year.