Cambridge joins BBC in language venture

July 12, 2002

Cambridge University Language Centre has struck a deal with BBC Worldwide to co-develop multimedia foreign language courses with the help of a grant from the Isaac Newton Trust.

The centre provides language learning for university members and staff. David Secher, director of university research services, said: "Cambridge has embraced the concept of 'third stream' university activities and intends to become as well known for its excellence in this area as it has traditionally been in teaching and research."

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