The hard work starts now…
You may have seen in the Hereford Times that we have been fortunate to secure the presence of Sir Alan Wilson to give a keynote lecture on 12TH March entitled ‘Herefordshire’s future … Please click here to view
Forthcoming events for the New Model in Technology and Engineering include:
A keynote lecture on 12TH March entitled ‘Herefordshire’s future in a world dominated by mega cities’ from Sir Alan Wilson.
We will be working closely with schools to … Please click here to view
Why we chose the name ‘New Model’ in Technology and Engineering’ is a question often asked.
Trying to come up with a name was quite a challenge as you can probably imagine! We must have looked at over 400 options, … Please click here to view
The support for the New Model in Technology and Engineering has been overwhelming – from blue chip companies and high profile individuals to organisations from all over the world.
Sir Charlie Mayfield chairman of the John Lewis Partnership, Sir Andrew … Please click here to view
The New Model in Engineering is hopeful of Government backing. Not only do we have the full support of Hereford MP Jesse Norman but Chancellor George Osborne has made encouraging noises.
Jesse Norman posed a question at Prime Minister’s Question … Please click here to view
Bristol and Warwick Universities, Russell Group Universities, will be our partners. They, along with Olin College in America, will be instrumental in the success of the project.
Sir Eric Thomas, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bristol, said: “We are very … Please click here to view
The New Model In Technology & Engineering will officially launch today.
The Financial Times and BBC Hereford & Worcester from 7am will officially publicise its launch.
The first new ‘greenfield’ university for 30 years, it has the support of leading … Please click here to view
The daughter of a colleague, in the final year of her undergraduate degree in engineering, is one of six young women holding her own on a course where male students outnumber her five to one. It’s hard to believe that,