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Prince Charles to open business school
Feb 4, 2013, 12:01 GMT
Britain's Prince Charles will meet students as he officially opens the new wing at Oxford's Said Business School.
The future king will be in the historic English city to open the business school as well as visiting the university's St Stephen's House.
While at the school, will meet students, staff and supporters before unveiling a plaque to mark the occasion.
Dean of the school, Prof Peter Tufano said: 'The school is uniquely placed, at the heart of the university, to shape and respond to developments both in business education and in business practice.
'This new building will be a great asset as we expand our teaching and further integrate executive education, degree programmes and research.'
At St Stephen's House, the Prince of Wales will speak to people training to be ministers in the Church of England.
Principal of St Stephen's House, Canon Robin Ward, said: 'It's a tremendous honour for us to welcome His Royal Highness.
'It's particularly exciting for those men and women of all ages who are studying with us to become ordained as priests.'
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