Capital allies get £2.9m

November 22, 2002

City University and Queen Mary, University of London, have received £2.9 million to collaborate on engineering and health science. The grant comes from the Higher Education Funding Council for England's restructuring and collaboration fund. It follows a review of engineering provision in London. It concluded that departments should collaborate rather than react individually to the downturn in the number of engineering applicants.

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