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Coalition of Modern Universities

The Coalition of Modern Universities is a group formed by a number of British universities and colleges to discuss common concerns and present a joint approach on issues that are particularly relevant to them.

The term "Modern Universities" describes those universities and other institutions of higher education that were incorporated in 1992, and subsequently became funded by central Government in the same way as traditional universities. Although sometimes described as "new" universities, many have long histories as colleges and polytechnics.

Other groupings of British universities are the Russell Group of Universities and the 94 Group.

 
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