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Earlier this year the University announced its intention to consider developing an educational partnership in Egypt.
Further scoping work has since taken place to assess this possibility.
Following careful consideration of this information, the University’s Senior Executive Group has decided not to pursue this possibility further.
Professor Beer, said: “The University of Liverpool remains committed to global engagement, which we know is fundamental to furthering education and research. We have a strong history of forming international partnerships which reduce barriers to participating in higher education and will continue to seek new opportunities to do so in the future.”
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