The opening of a higher education institution in Milton Keynes has been postponed.
Milton Keynes : U would have had a STEM (science, technologies, industry, and mathematics) program from Cranfield University. But it stated the campus could never be developed since government money was not guaranteed.
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Milton Keynes Leadership candidate Pete Marland said he was “sure” it would still be built.
The project was erected near Central Milton Keynes railroad station but initially accepted 5,000 students, with plans to rise to 15,000 in five years.
At Cranfield, they said that if they had built the new college, it would have cost between $400,000 and $600,000. About $90 million of that would have come from the government.
But no college financing was promised in last year’s proposal.
“Says Mr Marland “I think not getting the money was disappointing, but not a long-term delay.
“MK:U helps Milton Keynes, the district, and the nation.”
MK North Conservative MP Ben Everitt said he was “surprised and unhappy” the university had not received government money.
He stated: “It’s a good initiative, with a good commercial case, and it aligns with our national interests.
That doesn’t mean that all of those things have gone away. It’s still a good university inside the right location.
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