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this is all in the top section:

A number of colleges, mainly theological, collectively called the Selly Oak Colleges are now part of The University of Birmingham. These include the College of the Ascension, originally founded to train women missionaries. After the College of Ascension being closed down the USPG and the Methodist Churches in UK have started a new centre for Mission Studies at the Queens College, Somerset Road, Birmingham. This centre is known as Selly Oak Centre for Mission Studies (SOCMS). Rev Val is the Director for this centre and Rev Dr Joshva Raja is the tutor for the world Mission Studies.

shouldnt this be in a seperate education section? & why is it all about only 1 of the colleges? --r-c-h-w 19:42, 19 May 2007 (UTC)[reply]

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