2014 News

2014 News

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Employer leadership in skills and employment is vital to long term prosperity and growth 25th November 2014

New analysis shows no progress on women in engineering education despite over 12 years of initiatives 2nd October 2014

NCUB announces launch of Growing Value: Scotland Task Force 29th September 2014

2014-15 National Engineering Competition for Girls Opens 29th September 2014

Design Council and National Centre for Universities and Business agree strategic partnership 25th September 2014

Digital skills report recommends NCUB role in connecting students to business 23rd July 2014

NCUB publishes book updating 'Growing Value' reports on university-business collaboration 16th July 2014

Survey finds that students are confident of gaining graduate jobs 26th June 2014

NCUB welcome University Alliance call for greater collaboration 14th May 2014

NCUB responds to CIPD labour market report 12th May 2014

NCUB joins government campaign for greater STEM participation among women 7th May 2014

NCUB Welcomes CaSE Report into University Research And Warns Economic Benefits Need To Be Kept In UK 30th April 2014

First State of the Relationship Published 14th April 2014

David Willetts confirms NCUB to lead Advisory Hub 3rd April 2014

University students want more access to work experience and industry content 3rd April 2014

Graduates Who Combine Adaptability With Specialist Knowledge Most Valued By Employers, Report Finds 2nd April 2014

Senior Business Department Official Joins the NCUB 18th March 2014

BIS tasks National Centre to work with partners to advance a national brokerage platform to connect universities and business, and support the work of Local Enterprise Partnerships 14th March 2014

National Engineering Competition for Girls Results 26th February 2014

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