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A revolution in higher education: In conversation with tomorrow’s engineers

Author : Sophia Bell, Assistant Editor, DPA

06 October 2021

On 6 September, NMITE (New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering) opened its doors to a new Design Cohort, a group of students undertaking its innovative Integrated Engineering Undergraduate Master’s Degree (MEng).

Sophia Bell, Assistant Editor
Sophia Bell, Assistant Editor

Described as a “revolution in higher education”, NMITE’s curriculum seeks to develop work-ready engineers by allowing students to ‘learn by doing’.

In January 2019, 21-year-old Sam Whitby was a key member of the Design Cohort, who helped co-design and co-create NMITE’s learner experience. I chatted to Sam about his experience of joining the course so far.

Read the full article in DPA's October issue

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