Wed 27 February 2013, The Independent

As universities struggle to maintain student numbers, how did Surrey manage to grow by a third?

By Richard Garner
For months, most university vice-chancellors have been battling to try and ensure that their student applications did not do a double-dip in numbers and leave them with fewer candidates than they had in the first year of fees of up to £9,000 a year.
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