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UCE report blames 'climate of change'

The University of Central England (UCE) has produced its long-awaited report into the last academic year's appalling undergraduate results.

The report sets out a historical analysis of the problems at the school and outlines proposals to avoid repeating the 93 per cent failure rate.

The main area it assesses is the 'climate of change' at the school, dating back a couple of years to when it was only partially validated by the ARB. It also outlines other changes, including the redesign of the lecture and course programme and the transition of the student population.

The report further assesses the senior university management, concluding that there was not a great deal more it could have done to have assisted the school in this transitional period.

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