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Valuing the foundation degree and the HNC: observations of former students regarding the value of their courses

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Valuing the foundation degree and the HNC : observations of former students regarding the value of their courses. / Yorke, Mantz.

Doncaster : Yorkshire and Humber East Lifelong Learning Network, 2009. 29 p.

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Yorke M. Valuing the foundation degree and the HNC: observations of former students regarding the value of their courses. Doncaster: Yorkshire and Humber East Lifelong Learning Network, 2009. 29 p.

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