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ITI writes to Salford University

The Chairman of ITI, Iwan Davies, has written to Professor Martin Hall, Vice Chancellor of Salford University, to register the Institute's deeply held concern regarding the proposed closure of the School of Languages, Humanities and Social Studies, resulting in the loss of teaching in modern languages and translation and interpreting at the university.

A number of ITI's members are graduates of Salford University, and ITI urges them and their colleagues to write and request that the University Executive reconsider the proposal, which would wipe some highly respected courses in translation and interpreting from the UK academic map.

Details regarding the proposal can be found at http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/salford-culls-courses-to-secure-future/2004425.article

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Download this file (20130611-salford-uni.pdf)Letter from ITI to Salford University[ ]409 Kb
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