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Education at universities or similar educational establishments, especially to degree level.
- ‘The number of pupils from his school entering higher education has doubled in a year.’
- ‘The government and the heads of elite universities argue that more money is needed to fund higher education.’
- ‘He encourages them to study and hopes that they will go on to higher education.’
- ‘Student debt is set to remain an obstacle to widening access to higher education, research suggests.’
- ‘The rest of the developed world is placing an absolute premium on higher education.’
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