Annual Review 2016-2017

Please see our Annual Review, highlighting the National Centre's achievements throughout the 2016-2017 financial year.

Chairs' Breakfasts

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Growing Value Scotland

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Search for a placement on ncub.co.uk

If you're a recent or soon-to-be graduate looking for a placement opportunity, take a look at our index of useful websites.

NCUB Twitter Chat for those in the agricultural, university and business sectors to discuss a topic that is currently an area of focus for the NCUB Food Economy Task Force.

To keep up with and thrive within the demands of a globalised economy, where successful business can emerge and grow, the UK needs to help young people develop the necessary skills for the jobs of the future.

Experience counts: Sectors unite to launch new venture for students

NCUB, Unite Students & Jisc announce partnership to create national register of student work experience opportunities.

State of the Relationship 2017

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Growing Value Wales Task Force

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The Benefits of Degree Apprenticeships

Ali Orr at the National Centre reveals his top eight benefits of Degree Apprenticeships after speaking to member universities and businesses this summer.

University partnership wins Knowledge Catalyst award

Loughborough University has partnered with DJB Instruments (UK) since 2015, and the successful collaboration has been recognised by an EADT Business Award.

STV's brand new TV channel with Scotland at its core

Working with education partners, STV2 will reduce the gap between higher education and industry with an innovative approach to skills development.

Pursuing the Unplanned for Fruitful Collaboration

This Autumn, Creative Fuse North East will invite businesses and freelancers within the North East CDIT sector to join forces with larger organisations.