Keep London creative

February 18, 2005

London's universities must enhance the capital's position in the creative sector by offering new courses and employing leading practitioners to teach them, according to the group London Higher. Speaking before an event promoting London's position as a creative centre, Jane Glanville, the director of London Higher, said: "It is essential for London as a world city to have a world-class group of higher education institutions."

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