The extra mile

6th October 2006 at 01:00
Stow College in Glasgow and the University of Paisley are the latest institutions to proclaim a "milestone agreement" to provide students with new ways of moving from further to higher education. Seamus McDaid, principal, said the memorandum of agreement would benefit students and allow Stow and Paisley to "exchange good practices in approaches to management and administration and work on beneficial joint initiatives".

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