Chapter 4 Education in UK. Sept. 2005 Xiao Huiyun. Objectives.
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Chapter 4 Education in UK
His term of office has seen major innovation and expansion at Cambridge and a period where Cambridge has topped league tables and drawn investment from the international business community.
Sir Alec Broers
It is a great honour that the University of Cambridge has chosen me to be its Vice-Chancellor and to follow in the footsteps of a heritage of eminent Vice-Chancellors, including Professor Sir Alec Broers, Dame Rosemary Murray and Sir David Williams.
Leading a University with nearly 800 years' history and a pre-eminent status on the world intellectual stage is a daunting prospect, but I am looking forward wholeheartedly to the challenges ahead.
Professor Alison Richard
I am very pleased to have been elected Chancellor of Oxford University.
Oxford is one of the greatest universities in the world. It has played a distinguished part in the history of our country and our continent, and has much to contribute to our success and our well-being as a civilised community in the future.
Sir Colin Lucas has been Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford since 1997. He is the first Oxford Vice-Chancellor to serve for seven years, following the extension of his original four-year term of office, which has enabled him to see through a wide-ranging reform of the University's system of governance
Sir Colin Lucas
The Dark Blue Crew
Oxford won the 2003 Boat Race, and with it the Aberdeen Asset Management Trophy, by the narrowest of margins after one of the most exciting finishes of all time.