Cash crisis sparks cuts

January 17, 2003

Hertfordshire University is to axe up to 100 jobs to head off a £4 million deficit. Vice-chancellor Neil Buxton said that 45 academic posts and about 45 administrative posts would be culled in the next eight months as part of a plan to save £2.5 million in 2003-04. Most jobs will be lost through the closure of departments in which student recruitment is weak, such as dance and drama.

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