Birmingham City University, Coventry University and the University of Wolverhampton have created a formal partnership agreement. Bringing our collective offer to regional issues and working with all partners to deliver the best possible outcomes for Businesses, Staff and Students. Our work supports the West Midlands Combined Authority, Local Authorities, LEPs, National Government, Funding Bodies and key traditional and emerging industrial sectors.
The West Midlands Combined Authority has formally adopted the West Midlands National Park project as a key component of a post-Covid green economic recovery. With[…]
In these times when there is so much uncertainty and tough decisions are being taken by businesses and people every day, West Midlands Combined Universities[…]
West Midlands Combined Universities is primed to deliver on the objectives mapped out in the West Midlands’ inaugural Local Industrial Strategy, as revealed by West[…]
Set up in 2013, the Black Country Skills Factory has been addressing skills shortages across the area for five years. Over five years the Skills[…]
Academics have created a new virtual reality tool which allows medical students to replicate eye examinations and learn first-hand how to diagnose difficult to spot[…]