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The Education (Recognised Bodies) Amendment (Scotland) Order 2005

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Amendment of the Education (Recognised Bodies) Order 1999

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3.  In the Schedule–

(a)omit–

(i)“Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education”;

(ii)“London Guildhall University”;

(iii)“The London Institute”;

(iv)“University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology”;

(v)“University of North London”;

(vi)“Presbyterian Theological Faculty, Ireland”;

(vii)“The School of Advanced Study”;

(viii)“School of Slavonic and East European Studies”;

(ix)“South Bank University”;

(x)“The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College”;

(xi)“Wye College”;

(b)for “Anglia Polytechnic University”, substitute “Anglia Ruskin University”;

(c)after “The Archbishop of Canterbury”, insert “University of the Arts, London”;

(d)for “Bath Spa University College”, substitute “Bath Spa University”;

(e)for “Bolton Institute of Higher Education”, substitute “The University of Bolton”;

(f)for “Canterbury Christ Church University College”, substitute “Canterbury Christ Church University”;

(g)before “University of Central England in Birmingham”, insert “Cardiff University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)”;

(h)after “University of Central Lancashire”, insert “University of Chester”;

(i)for “University College Chichester”, substitute “The University of Chichester”;

(j)after “Cranfield University”, insert “University College for the Creative Arts at Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone and Rochester”;

(k)after “University of East London”, insert “Edge Hill College of Higher Education”;

(l)after “University of Exeter”, insert “University College Falmouth”;

(m)after “University of Greenwich”, insert “University of Gloucestershire”;

(n)for “University of Kent at Canterbury”, substitute “University of Kent”;

(o)for “University of Lincolnshire and Humberside”, substitute “University of Lincoln”;

(p)after “University of Liverpool”, insert “Liverpool Hope University”;

(q)after “University of London”, insert “London Metropolitan University” and “London South Bank University”;

(r)for “Napier University, Edinburgh”, substitute “Napier University”;

(s)for “University College Northampton”, substitute “The University of Northampton”;

(t)for “Roehampton Institute London”, substitute “Roehampton University”;

(u)for “The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow”, substitute “The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama”;

(v)after “University of Southampton”, insert “Southampton Solent University”;

(w)for “University of Wales”, substitute “University of Wales (Prifysgol Cymru)”;

(x)after “University of Westminster”, insert “The University of Winchester”;

(y)for “University College Worcester”, substitute “University of Worcester”;

(z)after “University of York”, insert “York St John College”;

(aa)after “Birkbeck College”, insert “The Central School of Speech and Drama”;

(bb)for “Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine”, substitute “Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (also known as Imperial College, London)”;

(cc)for “Queen Mary and Westfield College”, substitute “Queen Mary and Westfield College, (also known as Queen Mary, University of London)”;

(dd)after “Queen Mary and Westfield College”, insert “Royal Academy of Music”; and

(ee)for “Royal Holloway and Bedford New College”, substitute “Royal Holloway and Bedford New College (also known as Royal Holloway, University of London)”.

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