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ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL SEES HUGE IMPROVEMENT

DAILY NEWS

The University of Central England is celebrating a remarkable turnaround at its ailing architecture school.

This time last year the Birmingham school posted some of the worst results in academic history, when only four of its 66 full-time students managed to pass their three-year degree. However, it was announced on Tuesday (21 June), that 61 per cent of this year's Part 1 students have succeeded in securing a degree.

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