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Islamabad -- Vice-Chancellor, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), Prof.
22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- PwC (US) announced today the relaunch of PwC Open University -- a free online library of executive business courses developed by PwC thought leaders.
com)-- SFL is delighted to announce that Shayesteh Furst-Ladani, Managing Director of the company, has received the Open University Business School's Alumni Award Outstanding Contribution to an Organisation 2012.
NASSER Information Technology (NIC), Bahrain's leading Information and Technology Establishment, has announced the signing of a one-year-sponsorship deal with Arab Open University soccer team.
Paul Myners, Financial Services Secretary to the Treasury, launched the foundation degree with representatives from the college and the Open University last week.
David Attenborough (right) was controller of BBC Two when the Open University was launched, film maker David Puttnam was the Chancellor of the Open University, Myleene Klass studied astrophysics, newsreader Anna Ford was an early lecturer and presenter and RobinWilson, the son of former Prime Minister Harold Wilson, is now a maths professor at the Open University with a penchant for brightly-coloured jumpers.
Documentary Happy Birthday OU: 40 Years of the Open University BBC4, 9pm As the Open University turns 40, former student Lenny Henry explores the roots of the largest university in Britain and examines how it became a success after initially being criticised by politicians and academics alike.
THE new Open University office base at the Baltic Business Quarter is the first major occupier of the massive pounds 300m Terrace Hill scheme and staff have just moved in.