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Royal Holloway mulls job cuts in less popular disciplines

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University said it would make cuts “where student numbers no longer support the staffing levels”

Royal Holloway, University of London has confirmed that up to 12 staff could be made redundant in disciplines that are seeing a “decline in interest” from students.

On 21 June Royal Holloway told staff and students that it proposed a “small reduction in academic posts in a limited number of disciplines where student numbers no longer support the staffing levels” so it could increase “academic posts in disciplines where there are currently higher levels of student interest”.

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