Students get a real world experience of work alongside traditional school qualifications.
Students build a network of contacts in businesses and universities which will support them in the future.
Students build the skills employers are looking for locally.
Students are motivated and more confident to apply for roles and university.
We can broker opportunities for students rather than just raise them.
Local employers from the sector play a major role in the development of the Life Sciences UTC. They work to shape the curriculum, with a specific focus on the technical skills and knowledge that relate to future jobs and skills shortages that match the needs of the local economy.
This includes delivery of projects in and out of the classroom by consultants at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, expert masterclasses and skills development with our partners, Redx Pharma, Novartis, Thermo Fisher, Pro-Lab Diagnostics, Unilever and many more.
A number of international and national organisations have committed support to the UTC, including: