Business Partners

Cambridge is one of the world’s fastest growing business clusters. The Cambridge phenomena continues and as well as the famed Science and Technology entrepreneurialism of the area, the Biomedical, Biotech and IT industries are booming.

The rapid expansion of these business sectors has resulted in a skills shortage in scientific and technological roles from entry level through to post- doctoral, with companies finding it increasingly difficult to find the right people. This is why so many employers – established and emerging – are offering their best personnel and resources to support focused science and technology students at UTC Cambridge.

These world leading companies recognise that the UTC Cambridge model has the rigour and flexibility to train the next generation to join their workforce skilled, with a strong work ethic and ready to innovate.

The desire for sustainability is also driving innovation – resulting in novel engineering solutions, construction techniques, building design and power generation. Cambridge leads the UK in the CleanTech industry sector, with established companies and start-ups.

Employers are aware that they need staff with the skills and training to design, deliver and maintain these new technologies. They are also aware of the many benefits that association and input from young minds brings to the partnership.

The value in CPD terms for many partners is proving a great incentive to work with UTCC. Management, team co-ordination, project leadership, inviting innovation – on all levels the professionals working with UTCC are recognising the payback.

 

 

 

 

“UTC Cambridge is developing excellent partnerships with local employers and the technical community and clearly drawing on Cambridge’s strengths and intelligence. This really sets UTC Cambridge apart from the rest”.

Lord Baker, Baker Dearing Educational Trust. 

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“UTC Cambridge is developing excellent partnerships with local employers and the technical community and clearly drawing on Cambridge’s strengths and intelligence. This really sets UTC Cambridge apart from the rest”.

Lord Baker, Baker Dearing Educational Trust