University of East London warns it faces a £31 million revenue loss over the coming year.

Letters have been sent to 367 members of staff, warning them that their post could be made redundant. The letter says that the institution is “examining a range of ways to reduce its costs, but it is unlikely to achieve the savings required without staff redundancies”. It offers those at risk severance pay if they opt for voluntary redundancy.

The cuts are expected to include academics, technical staff and professional services workers.

Noticia en Times Higher Education

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