Letter Education Guardian 27/11/07
Malcolm Grant, provost of University College London and chair of the Russell Group of universities, is sponsoring a non-selective mixed academy in his borough of Camden as a way of widening participation to elite higher education (A university is the best kind of sponsor for an academy, Education Guardian November 20)
I take it, then, that UCL will now be dropping its use of specially selective super academic pre-U tests and similar for medicine, law and other subjects. Or will the new University of Camden London run in parallel to the existing University College London?
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