School hosts degrees

5th November 2010 at 00:00

A comprehensive school in England is planning to host the teaching of university degrees, the first such move by a state secondary. Methwold High in Norfolk aims to run courses in law and business administration, using degrees from the University of London's external system. The school is taking this step because it is in a rural area and says the cost of a traditional university education is prohibitively expensive for many.

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