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Jo Johnson speaking to the Higher Education sector at Reform

From: Department for Education and Jo Johnson MP Part of: Access to higher education and Higher education participation Published: 20 July 2017. Delivered on: 20 July 2017 Speech – Jo Johnson speaking to the Higher Education sector at Reform on Thursday 20 July 2017 ‘Delivering value for money for students and taxpayers’ I’m delighted to … Continue reading Jo Johnson speaking to the Higher Education sector at Reform

Camelot Provides Leadership Model

Taken from The Times Higher Education website. Dated 26.06.17 President of proposed new engineering institution wants to use egalitarian management ethos of King Arthur ahead of its launch in 2020. Could King Arthur’s legendary round table provide the secret to university leadership? The head of what will be the UK’s first “greenfield” university in 40 … Continue reading Camelot Provides Leadership Model

College-level project-based learning gains popularity

Taken from Physics Today. Dated 06.17 When Haley Jane Hancock enrolled at Quest University Canada, she planned to focus on creative writing. But she switched to physics after taking “Energy and Matter,” a required first-semester course. Students were challenged to independently devise methods to measure the speed of sound and to show that energy is … Continue reading College-level project-based learning gains popularity

A New Engineering University for the UK Addressing the 44,000 annual shortfall of Graduate Engineers

Taken from Electrical Engineering. Dated 30.05.17 Creation of a new, independent, not-for-profit world-class teaching university, based in Hereford, focused on developing global best-of-breed education models to meet the growing needs for engineering talent in the advanced manufacturing, bio-medical, defence & cyber, food, ICT, infrastructure, NGO and smart-city sectors. Current plans co-developed with the University Warwick, … Continue reading A New Engineering University for the UK Addressing the 44,000 annual shortfall of Graduate Engineers

President announced for Hereford’s new university

Taken from Hereford Times. Dated 29.05.17 THE leader of Hereford’s new university will be starting in July and is moving from Canada where he helped set up a new engineering programme. Professor Janusz Kozinski has been appointed as the founding president and chief executive officer of NMiTE, Hereford’s new engineering university. He said he embraced the … Continue reading President announced for Hereford’s new university

Britain’s new engineering university NMiTE names first Chief Executive and calls for engineers to join his team

Taken from FE News.  Dated 25.05.17 NMiTE, Britain’s new engineering university, has appointed Professor Janusz Kozinski as its inaugural President and Chief Executive. Kozinski, who will take up his post in Hereford on 1 July 2017, has wide experience as an international academic leader and entrepreneur. Most recently he orchestrated the creation of the Lassonde School … Continue reading Britain’s new engineering university NMiTE names first Chief Executive and calls for engineers to join his team

Britain’s new engineering university NMiTE names CEO and calls for engineers to join the team

Taken from Cambridge Network.  Dated 26.05.17 NMiTE, Britain’s new engineering university, has appointed Professor Janusz Kozinski as its inaugural President and Chief Executive. Kozinski, who will take up his post in Hereford on 1 July 2017, has wide experience as an international academic leader and entrepreneur. Most recently he orchestrated the creation of the Lassonde School … Continue reading Britain’s new engineering university NMiTE names CEO and calls for engineers to join the team

Britain’s new engineering university NMiTE names first Chief Executive and calls for engineers to join his team

Taken from University Chronicle.  Dated 24.05.17 NMiTE, Britain’s new engineering university, has appointed Professor Janusz Kozinski as its inaugural President and Chief Executive. Kozinski, who will take up his post in Hereford on 1 July 2017, has wide experience as an international academic leader and entrepreneur. Most recently he orchestrated the creation of the Lassonde School … Continue reading Britain’s new engineering university NMiTE names first Chief Executive and calls for engineers to join his team

Britain’s new engineering university names first President

NMiTE, Britain’s new engineering university, has appointed Professor Janusz Kozinski as its inaugural President and Chief Executive. Kozinski has wide experience as an international academic leader and entrepreneur. Most recently he orchestrated the creation of the Lassonde School of Engineering in Toronto, Canada. “This is perhaps the brightest and the boldest academic start up in … Continue reading Britain’s new engineering university names first President

Government backing for new engineering university

Taken from worksmanagement.co.uk. Dated 15.03.17 The government has provided £8 million of start-up funding to help establish the UK’s first all-new ‘greenfield’ university in 40 years. The New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMiTE) aims to open the doors on its purpose-built city centre campus in Hereford by September 2019. After the initial intake of 300 … Continue reading Government backing for new engineering university