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Guernsey students an 'attractive package'

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Guernsey students stand a good chance of getting university places even though the UK government has acknowledged that spaces are limited, says the island's career services boss.
Record applications and tight financial limits on UK university places means more students will be turned away.
Sarah Stonebridge said island students were still an "attractive package" for most universities.
She said: "For Guernsey students certainly it looks positive still."

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