Students at WMG Academy Coventry are celebrating a double victory after BOTH its teams won first place in a national engineering competition.
The students, all aged 14 to 19, took the top titles in their age categories in the Royal Navy Engineering Challenge. The contest invites students to design and build a model vessel capable of rescuing a helicopter in an emergency.
Event celebrates University of Warwick’s many partnerships in Coventry and Warwickshire and the region and its billion pound impact on the West Midlands
Local Government policy makers, business leaders, academics, media figures and other regional partners are coming together for a special event to celebrate the University of Warwick’s many partnerships in Coventry and Warwickshire, and the West Midlands and its impact on the region. Those gathering for the University of Warwick’s Chancellor’s Dinner on the evening of Tuesday 20th November, will be presented with some of University of Warwick’s very latest economic impact figures. Those figures will include its almost one billion pound impact on the West Midlands.
Four Coventry teenagers, all students at WMG Academy, Coventry, are celebrating after the car they designed was named the fastest in a worldwide competition.
Girls in Solihull are invited to a tea party next week to celebrate Women in Engineering Day at the WMG Academy for Young Engineers in Solihull.
BBC Radio 4 will visit Solihull this month to broadcast an edition of its flagship debate programme, Any Questions? This long-running, high-profile programme will come live from WMG Academy Solihull on Friday June 23rd with a panel of four people drawn from the worlds of politics, business, and culture.