BPP gains university status as part of private sector education push
BPP College of Professional Studies has been granted 'university college' status, creating the first private sector university college for more than 30 years. The new arrangement means BPP Law School is now part of BPP University College. However, the law school's name will remain the same and no changes will be made to the way it operates. This is the first time a private institution has been awarded the university college title since Buckingham University College - now the University of Buckingham - was created in 1976.
BPP College of Professional Studies has been granted ‘university college’ status, creating the first private sector university college for more than 30 years.
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