Aston Business Partnership Videos
- Published: Friday, 10 January 2014 11:46
- Written by Aston University
Minerva Business Angels partners with Aston University and University of Birmingham Enterprise to launch new angel investor network for Birmingham.
Partnership will support spin-out companies, helping them obtain finance, expertise, and accelerating rate at which innovations are able to be commercialised.
Capgemini met a significant milestone when the cohort became the country’s first degree apprentices to graduate with a degree in Digital & Technology Solutions.
Helen Higson, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Aston University, reflects on the changing dynamic between provider, employer and learner.
Delivered by Aston Business School, the TRAN-SIP project focuses on transforming SMEs to improve their revenues through the adoption of advanced services.
Capgemini and Aston University have collaborated extensively over the past two years to create a progression route for apprentices to take their studies to the next academic level after completing a higher apprenticeship.
To take our relationships to the next level, the University has an innovative approach to employer engagement.
NCUB interviewed Aston University Deputy Vice Chancellor Helen Higson about successful student placements.
Aston University undergraduate gives us an insight into her roles as a process engineer trainee in Malaysia.
This KTP will introduce elements of artificial intelligence, drawing on Aston's expertise in computational intelligence and machine learning.
Finance Director of Higgs & Sons explains how a KTP provided the resource and expertise needed from Aston University.
BSEEN is led by Aston University in collaboration with the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University, and part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
The debate matters because it involves industrial strategy, exports and ultimately jobs and a healthy economy
Capgemini and Aston University have collaborated to create a clear progression route for apprentices to reach the next academic level, after completion of a higher apprenticeship.
Watch case studies videos of Aston University's business partenerships - from a successful Knowledge Transfer Partnership with solciitors Higgs & Sons to a partnership between Engineering and Systems Integration company Dytecna and Aston's School of Engineering & Applied Science