Coventry warned over Israeli course quality

April 9, 1999

Coventry University has received a warning from the Quality Assurance Agency over its arrangements for courses delivered in Israel. The "rapid pace" of development of programmes at the Ruppin Institute has led to problems, said the audit. "The university may wish to consider whether its procedures allow it to be confident that I this relationship complies with its arrangements for quality assurance," said the QAA.

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