Education (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2014

IrelandBy the Universities Act, 1997, s 52, no-one can call themselves a “university” in relation to education unless they actually are one (to put it crudely). This bill introduces an exception: certain education providers within the State may apply to the Minister for an authorisation, and if authorisation is granted they may call themselves a “university” outside the state, for certain specified purposes – without actually being one (more, download).

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