Institutions given cash to help in Europe

April 19, 2002

Liverpool John Moores University is one of several British higher education institutions that have secured grants from the latest €29.4 million (£18 million) budget for the European Union's Tempus programme.

John Moores will receive €496,000 over three years for developing an international finance masters programme at Kiev National Shevchenko University.

Another British winner is the University of Newcastle, which will help Al-Farabi Kazakh University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, develop a computer studies syllabus with a €188,000 grant.

Other successful applicants included Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Wales Lampeter, University of Exeter and St Martins College (Leicester).

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