Catherine Hobbs in The Engineer, 8 July, 2014

EPC Engineering Education and Employability committee member and Perkins Group contributor on specialist skills, Catherine Hobbs (Head of Department, UWE) was featured in The Engineer, 18 July, 2014 edition, detailing how part-time postgraduate study can help ease industry’s skills problem… but only if universities prove to businesses the direct benefits of investment.  

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