Toby Street, member of the Pioneer Cohort, shares his experiences of NMITE so far. College life and how he found NMITE and what made NMITE the perfect choice for him.
Abu-Huraira Ishfaq, member of the Pioneer Cohort, shares his experiences of NMITE so far. He talks about his background and how he found NMITE and the possibility of becoming an engineer as well as some of the highlights of his first few months of study.
Members of the NMITE team and Pioneer Cohort talking about their experiences of biases in the engineering industry and how we can #Breakthebias for International Women's Day.
As our NMITE second campus Skylon enters the later stages of it's construction, Sophie from our build partner Speller Metcalfe shares her insights and CATT / CAM build know how via these two short films!
NMITE’s Herefordshire Skills for the Future project team have had a busy end to the year and to learn more about their most recent events, take a peek here.
Giving Tuesday is the global day of giving, where everyone, everywhere can do something to support the good causes that mean so much to them.
It's no secret that the UK is currently hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow. In brief, the COP26 summit will bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. In light of this and in recognition of This is Engineering Day, NMITE Assistant Professor for Digital Engineering, Tim Belden, speaks of the need for us all to lower our carbon emissions.
As an engineer, I find Ada’s flying horse captivating and inspiring. At their best, engineers rely on imagination, empathy, creativity, vision and readiness for change - capabilities that come from an understanding of what it is to be human rather than an overly narrow devotion to maths and science.
World Mental Health Day takes place on Sunday 10th October; supported by the World health Organisation and mental health charity Mind.This year’s theme is ‘Mental Health in an Unequal World’.
Jesse Norman, MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire, in conversation with Professor Brian Cox, physicist and broadcaster.
Dame Kate Bingham DBE, Former Chair of the vaccine task force, reflects on her previous role, the need for more women in engineering and why she supports NMITE.
Discover NMITE Ignition and the importance of philanthropy in achieving the NMITE mission. Our Regular Giving programme, Ignition, enables you to support NMITE's New Engineers through transformative education.
NMITE Honorary Professor, Peter Goodhew, writes in recognition of World Creativity and Innovation Day 2021. But what do David Foster Wallace and Charles Dickens have to do with the future of engineering?
Today is International Women’s Day. A day to highlight and celebrate women’s achievement, raise awareness against bias, and to act for equality – as well as recognise events that have previously done so.
International Darwin Day; a global celebration of science and humanity. Professor Helen Rogers writes why the work of Darwin, even now, does such an inspirational job of summing up the importance of both scientific bravery, and beauty, in a message that is so pertinent for today.
It’s National Apprenticeship Week, and here at NMITE, work-readiness is in our DNA. In fact, that’s what we were founded to do – create an environment in which learners of all backgrounds and at all career stages could become engineers who can add value quickly and adapt to the changing nature of technology and engineering.
Women can do, and have done, incredible things when it comes to STEM. Today, we will be celebrating some of the great ‘firsts’ achieved by women over the years, as we continue to inspire the next, more inclusive, generation of engineers.