Brits secure EU funds

February 14, 2003

UK universities have secured a share of European Union funds totalling @2.3 million (£1.52 million) earmarked for 19 projects involving European, US and Canadian higher education institutions. UK participants are Telford College, Edinburgh; University of Leeds; Stranmillis University College; Liverpool Hope University College; Lancaster University; Aston University; University of Ulster; University of Strathclyde; James Watt College of Further and Higher Education; Royal College of Music; City University; University of Sheffield; and University of Hertfordshire.

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