From today's UK papers

January 29, 2001


Every college and university in Wales is to appoint an academic as "entrepreneurship champion" as part of a £50m four-year project to remedy the shortage of business start-ups.

The Slovene IEDC-Bled School of Management is to lead a consortium of business schools from Slovenia and Bosnia in a programme to assist managers of small and medium-sized private companies in the Balkans.


Provisional figures show that for the first time in recent years, pupils from state schools are more likely to gain a place at Oxford University than those from private schools.

Stuart Melhuish talks about Amaze, the digital media company he helped to create at Liverpool John Moores University.


Professors Susanne and Half Zantop have been found murdered at Dartmouth College, one of America's prestigious Ivy League universities.

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