Thursday, 21 May 2009

Governors have explored the legal scenarios if London Met goes bust (THES)

21 May 2009

Advice has been delivered on positions under corporate insolvency law. Melanie Newman writes

Governors at London Metropolitan University have received legal advice on their responsibilities should the university go bankrupt.

The university is in financial trouble after the Higher Education Funding Council for England decided to claw back £36 million that it paid for teaching, based on inaccurate student data submitted by the university.

Read the whole article here.

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