Degree study at Yeovil via joint university plan

May 1, 1998

Students will be able to study for degrees at Yeovil College in a joint project by the universities of Bournemouth and Exeter. The Joint University Centre, which will open in September, will offer Bournemouth university degree courses in applied geography and landscape management and business administration and also an Exeter university course in cultural and historical studies. Eventually, all higher education at the college, which offers Higher National Diploma courses, should be integrated in the centre.

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