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  • Educating for Professional Life

    Twenty-five Years of the University of Westminster

    Elaine Penn

    Part of the The History of University of Westminster series.

    The story of the University of Westminster is the fifth volume in a series of titles exploring the University's long and diverse history. This book celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the institution gaining university status, the right to award its own degrees and to participate in publicly funded research. Drawing on extensive research conducted in the University of Westminster Archive this volume investigates the evolution from Polytechnic to University within the broader context of the transformation of UK higher education in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.

    A print paperback can be purchased direct from the University of Westminster for £20 by following this link: http://www.westminster.ac.uk/historybooks.
    Staff, students and alumni can claim a 20% discount on this price.

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    Penn, E. 2017. Educating for Professional Life: Twenty-five Years of the University of Westminster. London: University of Westminster Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/book18

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    Published on Sept. 26, 2017





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