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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 15 mars 2006 kl 12.26
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At the coalface: Students before exams at Uppsala University
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Coming up today:

Have Students ever had it so good? Today we focus on the Swedish higher education system and head to Sweden’s oldest seat of scholastic learning, Uppsala University.

From Ancient Egypt to Cyprus, we come face to face with mummies and gods as the Mediterranean museum in Stockholm re-opens its doors.

Music: ”Goes Around Comes Around”, Addis Black Widow

Time now for the final part of our series about Education in Sweden. In Part 5, Dave Russell takes a look at Higher Education in Sweden and finds out if Students have never had it so good...

Our reporter Gaby Katz is fearless, even when faced with the mummy’s curse. The Mediterranean Museum in Stockholm has re-opened its doors after renovations. Posters all over town have hailed the return of the mummy.

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