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Seeking students and status, regional universities set up in London

PA Consulting’s Paul Woodgates, head of higher education, discusses universities setting up campuses in London.

The article notes that at least 15 British universities now have outposts in the capital including the University of Warwick, the University of the West of Scotland and Loughborough University.

Paul comments on why there has been a rush for Universities to open up a base in London over the last decade. For institutions in remote or unfashionable parts of the country, setting up shop in the capital “is a good way to get students who wouldn’t normally consider you,” says Paul.

Read the full article in The Economist

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