Alarm raised over modern languages cuts at Manchester university

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Via Network Front | The Guardian by Kevin Rawlinson

Senior academics warn about impact of cuts to the numbers of linguists and cross-cultural experts employed at Britain's largest university

Planned staffing cuts that will hit modern languages teaching and research at Britain's largest university should be scrapped, a group of senior academics have warned in a letter to the Guardian.

The plan to shed as many as 35 jobs from the University of Manchester's school of arts - a third of its strength - would do harm to the UK in the long-run, they said. It is part of a move to cut more than 100 academic and professional support roles.

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