The Big Assembly 2019

It’s Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019, a weeklong celebration of all things engineering and a unique opportunity for students, schools and parents to find out more about the pathways into an engineering career. As part of the celebrations, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week hosted its annual Big Assembly – a live Q&A session with some of the country’s …


OPEN EVENINGS

Interested in science, healthcare or engineering? Liverpool LifeSciences UTC could be the school for you! Come along to one of our open evenings to find out more about what we do here, and why it’s the best place for you to study.   Open evenings are listed below: KS4 OPEN EVENING DATES 14 January 2020, …



Baltic Science Journal

The Baltic Science Journal for pre-university research projects The Baltic Research Institute is the first student-run research institute in the UK. Each and every research project is devised and run by students and aims to have a wider impact. We work closely with business partners and universities to help our objectives of sustainable and effective …


Project-based learning has ‘profound benefits for students’

A new report by education charity The Edge Foundation and the Royal Academy of Engineering shows that project-based learning (PBL) – involving long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with employers – has profound benefits for students.    The report, called Evaluation of University Technical Colleges, is published today by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER). PBL …



Awesome Foundation to host ‘Under 19’s’ gift night at UTC and Studio

Liverpool based Awesome Foundation Liverpool are hosting a special Under 19’s gift night at the UTC and Studio on the 11th February.  “The Awesome Foundation is providing a wonderful opportunity to invest in the creativity of the young people across the city. Here at the Life Sciences UTC we actively encourage and promote our students …



UTC partner Nutricia is recruiting a new apprentice

We’re delighted that our partner Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition (AMN) is recruiting for a new apprentice, and we’re encouraging current and former UTC students to apply. AMN is Danone’s Medical Division – Europe’s largest specialist nutrition company, specialising in medical nutrition for the very young, the old and the sick. Its purpose is to pioneer …