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UCLWE have secured funding for tickets (worth £200 each) to attend the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) Student Conference 2016.
Including Jens Groth’s Inaugural Lecture ‘Zero-Knowledge Proofs’.
Cultivating research connections across the University
Expanding apprenticeship is the government’s flagship skills policy. To further boost the initiative, government-supported apprenticeships are now available at bachelor and post-graduate levels (levels 6 and 7) and HEFCE has recently introduced funding to support the development of ‘degree apprenticeships’ in Higher Education.
From a standing start, the latest figures show that there were 27,000 registrations in Higher Apprenticeships (Level 5 and above) in 2015-16 and increasing numbers of HEIs including Russell Group Universities are getting involved.
This workshop has been designed to introduce colleagues at UCL to the concept of degree apprenticeships, and the opportunities and challenges they could present for UCL.
Wednesday, 23rd November 2016, 2-7pm in the Wilkins Building
‘Nanostructures: from lasers to memories of the future’. Tony Kenyon is Professor of Nanoelectronic and Nanophotonic Materials and Vice Dean of Research in the UCL Faculty of Engineering Sciences.
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