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New Statesman – article 06.07.18

Published in the New Statesman 06.07.17 Introducing an engineering course without A-Level maths NMiTE’s acting CEO Elena Rodriguez-Falcon talked to The New Statesman about her determination to break the mould of engineering education.. DOWNLOAD THE FULL ARTICLE HERE  

PRESS RELEASE – Visualising Herefordshire’s future university

Press Release – Tuesday July 17 Herefordshire’s university in the making, the New Model in Technology and Engineering (NMiTE), is giving members of the public an early opportunity to visualise what one of its learning spaces will look like. Architects’ drawings, visualisation and a model of the first academic building, a planned conversion of the … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE – Visualising Herefordshire’s future university

Press release: Search unveiled for 75 ambitious young adults for a real life

NMiTE Press Release Release: date Monday 25 June 2018 Search unveiled for 75 ambitious young adults for a real life “Sim City” gap year creating Hereford’s future university Reflecting its radical approach, a search for up to 75 ambitious young adults has been launched by NMiTE, the future engineering university being created in Hereford, to … Continue reading Press release: Search unveiled for 75 ambitious young adults for a real life

New CEO for Hereford’s Future University

Prof Elena Rodriguez-Falcon has been appointed as Acting Chief Executive by the Board of Trustees of the New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMiTE), following the departure of Professor Janusz Kozinski who has unexpectedly had to return to Canada. Prof David Langley will serve as Acting Deputy Chief Executive in addition to his duties as Chief … Continue reading New CEO for Hereford’s Future University

Government announces £15m funding for The New Model in Technology and Engineering in Hereford

Taken from Hereford Times. Dated 26.10.17 A NEW university in Hereford is “now ready for lift off” following the announcement of £15 million in government funding. Universities minister Jo Johnson today announced funding of up to £15 million over three years to support the establishment of The New Model in Technology and Engineering (NMiTE).   At … Continue reading Government announces £15m funding for The New Model in Technology and Engineering in Hereford

Universities are increasingly important to our economic prosperity – that’s why we’re helping fund a new university for engineering

  Jo Johnson in The Telegraph Education on Thursday 26th October 2017 The global reputation of the UK’s university system, evident in the league tables, is one of the pillars of our economy. A new report from UUK earlier this month found that universities generate nearly £100bn for the economy each year, supporting 940,000 jobs. We cannot take this … Continue reading Universities are increasingly important to our economic prosperity – that’s why we’re helping fund a new university for engineering

TALKING POINT – AUGUST 8TH 2017

Global academics have teamed up with industry partners to ensure that Herefordshire’s new engineering university provides students with an exceptional learning experience. When our first 300 students join in Autumn 2020 they’ll embark on a fast-track programme that delivers high value and an engineering education like no other …here are just some features that set … Continue reading TALKING POINT – AUGUST 8TH 2017