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Faced with the threat of extinction by the SARTOR reforms, self-confessed 'middling' universities such as Nottingham Trent have resorted to cold hard cash to attract students to their BEng courses (see News). With civils undergraduates increasingly struggling with tuition fees, student loans and overdrafts, as well soil mechanics and structural analysis, it is a move with a good chance of succeeding.

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