University of Wales Institute, Cardiff - Partnership means business

November 27, 2008

A new public-private partnership in academic research between the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (Uwic) and the London School of Commerce (LSC) has been announced by the Welsh Assembly. Under the agreement, the LSC will enrol and deliver research degrees for Uwic at its Business Research Institute on the LSC's London campus. The new institute will be treated as a research centre of Uwic for the purposes of administration and quality assurance. Uwic will franchise LSC to offer University of Wales PhD, MPhil and professional doctorate degrees in accordance with Uwic's quality assurance relationship with the University of Wales.

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