Taken from The Student Engineer and The Engineer, 6th September 2016
The New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMiTE), a brand new university with a focus on practical engineering skills, has revealed its curriculum outline ahead of a planned … Please click here to view
As featured in The Times, letters to the editor (in response to the article published 05.09.16)
Engineering a new approach to university
Sir, I am delighted that you extol the virtues of the flexible approach to education proposed … Please click here to view
Article appearing in both the Ludlow & Tenbury Wells Advertiser and the Hereford Times. Dated 05.09.16
An innovative new course proposed for Hereford’s university has been revealed which aims to attract a broader range of students and more women.
The … Please click here to view
The Times – Lead article dated 05.09.16 – written by Greg Hurst, Education Editor
A new university specialising in engineering intends to abandon lectures and teach students in project teams of no more than 30.
It will abandon the traditional … Please click here to view
A new condensed master’s will be offered by NMITE among other curriculum innovations.
No research, no degree classifications, no faculty titles – it’s clear that the new technology university planned for Hereford intends to do things differently.
“None of these … Please click here to view
Masterminding a different way to educate a new generation of engineers can’t be done in a vacuum! So NMiTE (Herefordshire’s new engineering university) has adopted a rigorous approach to working with schools, students and the engineering industry to make sure … Please click here to view
Article featured in The Woman Engineer – Summer 2016
Abandoning an obsession for maths and science
“Engineering schools can be passion-killers. Talented young people arrive with burning ambition, inquisitive minds and a determination to change the world for the better. … Please click here to view
Taken from the University Business Magazine, July 18th 2016
The New Model In Technology & Engineering (NMITE), Britain’s first new ‘greenfield’ university in 40 years, is delighted to announce a £50,000 donation from HEINEKEN, Britain’s leading cider, beer and pub … Please click here to view