Confusion can result from universities sharing similar names, . the University of York in the UK and York University in Canada, or Newcastle University in the UK and the University of Newcastle in Australia. In this case, the convention is to include a country abbreviation with the university's name. For example, 'York (Can.)' and 'York (UK)' or 'Newc (UK)' and 'Newc (Aus.) are commonly used to denote degrees conferred by these universities where the potential for confusion exists,  and institution names are given in this form in the Commonwealth Universities Yearbook. 
His works include Mountain Suite and “Ave Maria,” a sacred song for tenor or
soprano with violin obligato, and Cavatina for violin and piano, all in 1921;
Concerto in B-flat minor, 1923, the first concerto ever written in the country
which uses folk themes; “Stabat Mater,” for voice, piano, organ, with violin
obligato, 1924; Sonata for violin and piano, Cinderella Overture, Panoramas, a
suite for flute, violin, viola, celesta, and piano, and Sinfoniette for orchestra, all in
1931; Salve Regina Mater, 1932; Misa de Requiem, 1934, and many others.