Our University offers many ways for you to access our expertise, including consultancy, collaborative and commissioned research and Knowledge Transfer Partnerships. We can introduce you to available funding opportunities to help you meet the cost of a project.
Our new degree apprenticeships in Software Engineering and Electronic Engineering are an ideal combination of vocational and academic study. By offering an apprenticeship you can grow your talent by developing motivated, skilled, qualified and loyal employees. Best of all, government funding meets a large part of the cost of offering these apprenticeships.
Our industry advisory board is instrumental in planning our courses and ensuring students graduate with relevant, real world experience.
If you are interested in joining the advisory board, please email email@example.com
With a brief to develop an idea which uses technology to solve problems, our students have the opportunity to present ideas and showcase their skills to local employers and peers at an end-of-year Open Day and Presentation.
Some students will even find themselves working on a project with a local business throughout the whole year - could it be yours?
If you have a project you would like students to work on, please email a project brief to firstname.lastname@example.org
Showcasing our undergraduates' final year projects and their outcomes to a wide audience, our Project Open Day is a great opportunity for you to meet our students and academics, get an insight into what really goes on in our School, and start conversations with the computer scientists of the future.
We have a variety of facilities and venues available in both Colchester and Southend and can host events for up to 1,000 people.
Base your business at our sites in Colchester or Southend and benefit from having our expertise and services on your doorstep. At our Colchester Knowledge Gateway you'll be close to our Department, enabling us to build long-term working relationships.