Universities of Aberystwyth and Bangor - Joint venture in teacher training

December 18, 2008

Aberystwyth University and Bangor University are joining forces to establish a new centre for teacher education. One of three national centres, it will train primary and secondary teachers from 2010. It will be managed by both institutions as part of a strategic partnership between the universities. The formation of the three teacher-education centres in Wales is the result of government policy in response to a decline in the number of teacher-training places available.

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