Hospitable? Not us

August 10, 2007

Aberdeen University was delighted to receive top marks in the latest league table for the subject of "hospitality" - but staff are slightly mystified. The university made second place with a score of 99.3 in The Good University Guide. Students wanting to apply will be disappointed, however, because Aberdeen does not offer any courses in hospitality or tourism. The table's compilers say this is because "hospitality" also includes leisure, sports science and recreation.

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