Birmingham City University investing £10m in attempt to plug STEM skills gap

Sooraj Shah
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Industry faces a shortfall of 80,000 skilled workers within the next two years, according to Semta

Birmingham City University (BCU) is to invest £10m to add "extra capacity" to teach science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects, in order to tackle a skills shortfall that could have...

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