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Job redundancies for university

Nearly 20 posts at the University of Bath could be made redundant as part of cost-cutting measures.

The University has announced a savings target of about £3m for 2009/10.

The savings will be made by not filling some vacant positions, staff voluntarily cutting their work hours and not extending fixed-term contracts.

The savings were part of a long-term plan to provide "the best possible facilities for our students and staff", a statement said.



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