Partner Type: Education Partner

Aston University

The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Aston University, with its tradition of quality and reputation for cutting edge research, offers students excellent opportunities to join in the process of discovery and creativity, and prepare for an increasingly diverse and technological world. In today’s modern technological society, scientists and engineers must work together with a

Colchester Institute

Colchester Institute provides first-class education, professional development and technical skills training to over 8,000 young people and adults every year. The College supports individuals to launch or develop their careers and local businesses to access the skills and talent they need to thrive. The College has two primary campuses in Colchester and Braintree. Programmes include

Coventry University
Durham University

Durham University has a long and distinguished history of delivering high quality research and teaching across the broad discipline of engineering. It was the first UK university to run an engineering degree programme, in 1838. The Department of Engineering offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses which produce modern engineers who are capable of solving problems across

Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology
Edinburgh Napier University

Edinburgh Napier University is an ambitious, innovative and inclusive University that offers a range of accredited, practical and engaging courses, focused on preparing students for a rewarding career. We are very proud of Edinburgh Napier University for several reasons, including: • 95% of our undergraduate students and 96.2% of our postgraduate students are in work

Glasgow Caledonian University




The Henry Royce Institute

The Henry Royce Institute is the UK national institute for advanced materials research and innovation. With its Hub at the University of Manchester, Royce is a Partnership of nine universities and research organisations – the universities of Cambridge, Leeds, Liverpool, Oxford, Sheffield, Imperial College London, the National Nuclear Laboratory and UK Atomic Energy Authority. Royce’s

Hull University

We understand that to succeed in a competitive engineering environment, women engineers and aspiring leaders require practical knowledge of emerging management concepts, commercial awareness, and the management tools necessary to deliver impressive high-quality results.   With the online MSc in Engineering Management course from the University of Hull, develop the skills needed to effectively manage