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Students face university clearing shortage

Thousands of A-level and Higher students may fail to get into university because many institutions are warning that they are already full.

Record levels of applications and tight financial limits on university places mean more students than ever before will be turned away this year.

A number of universities, including two in Wales and eight in Scotland, already have no places on offer.

Gillian Hargreaves reports.

  • 11 Aug 2010
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