1994 Group

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The 1994 Group is an association of middle-ranking universities in the UK who regard research as important but not to the excluision of excellent teaching.

Its web site is http://www.1994group.ac.uk

Wikipedia notes that:

The 1994 Group is a coalition of "smaller research-intensive universities" in the United Kingdom founded in 1994 to defend their interests following the creation of the Russell Group by larger research-intensive universities earlier that year. The 1994 Group members describe themselves as "internationally recognised universities in Britain, who share common aims, standards and values". The group aims to provide "a framework for collaboration between research-intensive universities in the UK".


Members

The current list of members of the 1994 Group is as follows:

  1. University of Bath
  2. Birkbeck University of London
  3. Durham University
  4. University of East Anglia
  5. University of Essex
  6. University of Exeter
  7. Goldsmiths University of London
  8. Royal Holloway University of London
  9. Lancaster University
  10. University of Leicester
  11. Loughborough University
  12. Queen Mary University of London
  13. University of Reading
  14. University of St Andrews
  15. School of Oriental and African Studies
  16. University of Surrey
  17. University of Sussex
  18. University of Warwick
  19. University of York



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