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467, 21May 2001
employers have made a new pay offer, worth 3.3% on average
following 15 hours of negotiations on May 11.
score of 23 in their recent subject review is well-earned
recognition for the Institute for Politics and International
all a game
from as far afield as Japan, Croatia, Australia, New
Zealand and the USA will play survival games and test
out business situation role plays at this year’s annual
conference of the Society for the Advancement of Games
and Simulations in Education and Training.
year pure mathematics PhD student Giorgios Barmpalias
has won the first international essay prize on the history
and philosophy of computability.
in a dream
'superb' performance by a team of Leeds MBA students
has won a competition organised by the Financial Times
Canadian High Commissioner, HE Jeremy Kinsman, was a
recent visitor to the Universitys centre for Canadian
field of training
One of the first training courses to
help professionals who work with adult survivors of
abuse is being offered by the School of Continuing Education.