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Essex University to launch Government-backed degree apprenticeships

Essex University is to offer Government-backed degree apprenticeships in order to help companies develop talented youngsters within the high-tech sector. read more...


Graduates given chance to experience council working life

Graduates have been given the chance to experience life working at North Lincolnshire Council in a bid to help them secure employment. read more...


BAM Construction to develop £30m Preston Engineering Innovation Centre

The University of Central Lancashire is to task BAM Construction with the development of its £30 million Engineering Innovation Centre. read more...


Work set to start on new £12.4 million Tresham campus

Work is set to get underway on Tresham’s new £12.4 million campus, which will provide manufacturing and electrical engineering opportunities for young people and adults. read more...


Engineering design graduates awarded £20,000 and free business mentoring

A team of engineering design graduates from the University of Bristol have been awarded £20,000 and free business mentoring to launch an education product. read more...


Start-up funding rewarded to Chester students

Entrepreneurial graduates from the University of Chester have received funding from Santander Universities UK, in order to set up their own businesses. read more...


Mitsubishi agrees partnership with University of Strathclyde

Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Materials Group has agreed a partnership with the University of Strathclyde, which will mean it is now a member of its Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC). read more...


New academic partnership to improve student’s social science skills

Students at Imperial College London will be able to improve their social science skills to try and tackle world challenges following a new academic partnership. read more...


Chemical engineering masters course proves to be a success

The first students have successfully graduated from the University of Hull’s master’s programme in chemical engineering. read more...


British Steel set for mass recruitment drive

British Steel has announced plans to take on more than 100 trainee steelworkers, including 17 graduates, across its sites in Teesside and Scunthorpe. read more...

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