Spotlight on Education

July 2006
Surface Design Journal;Summer2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p62
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The article features the University of East London which is a School of Architecture and the Visual Arts. The university is situated in the heart of one of Europe's major centers for urban renewal. It has attracted major support from European and London development funding agencies. The school offers vertical progression and a range of one year Masters programs leading to Doctorate programs.


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