ARB and RIBA agree schools validation deal - at last
A new spirit of peace and calm descended on the relationship between the ARB and RIBA last week after the two parties finally agreed on a deal for how schools of architecture will be jointly validated. But it looks as if the years of struggle have been nothing more than legal representatives from both sides fighting costly battles over wording.
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