Taken from The Professional Engineer. Dated 01.17
Do we need a shake-up of the way engineering is taught? The backers of a plan to open a new university think we do.
The mantra “fixing the leaky pipeline of engineering talent” … Please click here to view
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 … Please click here to view
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 … Please click here to view
Taken from the www.timeshighereducation.com. Dated 27.10.16
Five engineers set out why engineering is part of our everyday lives and what universities can do to change the way it is taught.
Engineering is still something of a dirty word in certain … Please click here to view
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 … Please click here to view
Taken from The Chemical Engineer, 8th September 2016
NMiTE reveals engineering degree curriculum
“World’s most radical” institute opens consultation by Chris Taylor
THE UK’s first new “greenfield” university in 40 years has unveiled its outline curriculum and is inviting … Please click here to view
Taken from The Shropshire Star, 7th September 2016
A new university south of the Shropshire border is claiming to break fresh ground with its teaching methods. It intends to abandon lectures and teach students in project teams of no … Please click here to view