British Academy fears humanities exodus

August 4, 2000

The British Academy is to review graduate studies in the humanities and social sciences in light of evidence that many good students are going elsewhere.

Addressing the annual general meeting of the British Academy, president Sir Tony Wrigley called the situation "unsatisfactory" and said that in a few years it could become "deeply alarming".

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