Mary Curnock Cook
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UCAS chief: Students face tough competition for places

The chief executive of the UK's university admissions system, UCAS, has warned that students will find it harder securing a place this year compared to previous years.

Speaking to the BBC, Mary Curnock Cook said it was important for students to be "realistic" when applying for courses.

  • 15 Aug 2010
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