Excitement is mounting amongst those of us involved in the pioneering New Model in Technology and Engineering (NMiTE), Hereford’s future university. Early July marks a major milestone in our plans to revolutionise engineering education in the UK, with the gathering
From its inception, Herefordshire’s New Model in Technology and Engineering (NMiTE) has set out to be at the global vanguard of teaching methodologies, developing approaches that define the engineer of the future. The student-centred, open learning approach to teaching at
Rotherwas-based KGD has been named 10th on the list of fastest growing export SME’s companies in the UK by the Sunday Times.
KGD employ 100 people and manufacture a range of fluid handling packages primarily for oil and gas … Please click here to view
Some of you may have seen the letter in the Hereford Times from respected columnist Mathew Engel criticising the choice of NMiTE as the name for the new University in Herefordshire.
The name was always going to be a challenge … Please click here to view
We are fortunate to have the support of many of the country’s and county’s leading businesses and many well-known ‘names’ in the world of business. However, we were particularly delighted that Norm Augustine made a ‘flying’ visit to support NMiTE… Please click here to view
Inspiring students of all ages, boys and girls, to think about and get excited by, a possible career in engineering, is central to the aims of NMiTE. So we are pleased to announce the launch of NMiTE Connect, … Please click here to view
In a recent article in The Economist, Sir James Dyson expressed his concern about being able to recruit 3,000 engineers for his expanding design and production facility in Malmesbury. With Britain producing only 25,000 engineering graduates a year, more than