Aspirants get go-ahead

August 15, 2003

Chester College and King Alfred's College, Winchester, have won approval from the Privy Council for taught-degree-awarding powers. Both institutions hope to meet new criteria for the title of university. The Department for Education and Skills is about to start its consultation on the issue.

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