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Marches LEP agrees project funding

Taken from The Marches.  Dated 09.03.17 The Marches Local Enterprise Partnership has agreed funding allocations for projects which are being supported by the LEP’s latest Growth Deal with Government announced today. Organisations and partners behind the projects have welcomed news of the funding boost, with figures announced today the minimum levels of expected investment via … Continue reading Marches LEP agrees project funding

Midlands Engine to roar ahead with ambitious new strategy

Taken from the Government website. Dated 09.03.17 The strategy is published today (9 March 2017), as the Chancellor Philip Hammond visits the region the day after delivering his first Budget. The Midlands Engine Strategy includes significant investment in skills, connectivity and local growth, while it sets out how the government plans to drive the region’s huge … Continue reading Midlands Engine to roar ahead with ambitious new strategy

TALKING POINT – JANUARY 26TH 2017

One of the things that differentiates the innovative engineering degree course developed by Herefordshire’s New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMiTE) is the way it will provide students with ‘real world’ learning experiences – they’ll learn by solving problems and undertaking projects as well as by completing a six-month industrial placement. Engineering employers have helped … Continue reading TALKING POINT – JANUARY 26TH 2017

NMiTE Founders’ Fund campaign: New university could be a ‘game-changer’

Taken from the The Hereford Times. Dated 27.10.16 NMiTE Founders’ Fund campaign: New university could be a ‘game-changer’ for Herefordshire, company MD says. A NEW university in Hereford would keep young talent in the county and “benefit everyone”. That is the belief of Deborah Gittoes, the MD of Rotherwas- based Arctic Circle – which manufactures low … Continue reading NMiTE Founders’ Fund campaign: New university could be a ‘game-changer’

World’s most radical engineering degree prospectus unveiled for discussion with public

Taken from Electrical Engineering, 15th September 2016 The New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMITE), Britain’s first new ‘greenfield’ university in 40 years, has unveiled its outline curriculum. It is now inviting comments from engineers, students, academics, teachers, employers and all those with an interest in getting more people into professional engineering. NMITE, launched in 2015 with … Continue reading World’s most radical engineering degree prospectus unveiled for discussion with public