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Collaborate | Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

Every organisation has untapped potential, and our experts within Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering work with organisations to innovate, develop and unlock your hidden value.

The department covers a wide range of disciplines through research and engages with business in several different ways dependent on the requirements of our partners. Areas include, research, consultancy, workforce development and Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP).

Within our disciplines of mathematics, physics, astrophysics, and electrical and electronic engineering, our academics have expert expertise around mobile communication, microelectronic, robotics, photovoltaics, renewable and sustainable energy technologies, and advanced materials.

Discover how you can work with our expert academics to enhance your organisation.

Current Research & Consultancy

Find out more about some of the on-going work within the department:

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Higher and Degree Apprenticeships
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Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

At Northumbria University, our higher and degree apprenticeships are more than a learning programme; they are a partnership. We work with organisations to create courses that meet the demands of businesses.

 

CPD
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CPD and Short Courses

Our Continual Professional Development (CPD) courses are designed to open up exciting new possibilities for individuals and organisations. By increasing skills and knowledge and introducing new ways of thinking and working we create impact in performance at all levels.

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