This is what we are saying. It doesn't *have* to be in London.
On 13/10/2007, geni <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 09/10/2007, geni < email@example.com> wrote:
> > On 09/10/2007, Majorly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > And is also very expensive.
> > It is safe to assume the majority of the attendees from outside Europe
> > will arrive in London and most of those from Europe will arrive in
> > London or the southeast. As a result logistics mean that Scotland and
> > northern england would be problematical. In terms of facilities people
> > are generally looking at universities so in practice we are probably
> > looking for universities within striking distance of London.
> > Looking at UCAS we find
> > http://www.ucas.com/instit/se/index.html
> > http://www.ucas.com/instit/e/index.html
> > http://www.ucas.com/instit/gl/index.html
> > Although the numbers can be trimmed somewhat by removing all those
> > cases where a College gets listed for having a handful of HE courses.
> Okey outside of london the options appear to be:
> The University of Kent
> The University of Reading
> University of Surrey
> University of Hertfordshire
> University of Bedfordshire in particular the University of Luton section
> After that you really are getting too far from london.
Aren't all of these too far from London to be practical? How about a
University of London college?
Oldak Quill (email@example.com)
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