It's not every day that a national institution with 120 years of history, the second largest university in the UK, suddenly disappears.How will I cope if my BSc in Chemical Engineering is devalued?
The University of Wales, based on the plans announced on Friday afternoon, will no longer exist.
There will be no more University of Wales degrees, which 250,000 people in Wales and around the world currently hold.
We're talking about an institution of which Prince Charles is the chancellor, which since 1893 has served communities in Aberystwyth, Bangor, Cardiff, Swansea, and all manner of places throughout the world.
Today's decision effectively brings all that to an end.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Of our elaborate plans, the end
at 9:44 am
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I think it's worth is now higher than ever.
Even the lecturers in swansea refer to today's "media studies" degree as "Mickey Mouse studies"
but, then again, I'm biased ;-)
I can't think of a smart reply.
Yet another mark against my University of Wales education!
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