Story time

October 24, 1997

The University of the Highlands and Islands may not be such an original scheme after all. David Warner, pro vice chancellor of the University of Central England, points out that Inverness University has for years been one of the fictional institutions used in the Committee of Vice Chancellors and Principals' management development courses for higher education administrators. You are invited to guess the other three, with course participants on their honour not to enter or assist.

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