Midlands Enterprise Universities

Driving productivity and growth across the Midlands through skills, innovation and enterprise

Midlands Enterprise Universities is a partnership of seven entrepreneurial universities working together to boost the regional economy.

We excel at producing job-ready graduates and help lead the enterprise and entrepreneurship agenda in the Midlands through collaborative partnerships with purpose.

Birmingham City University Coventry University University of Derby De Montfort University Leicester University of Lincoln Nottingham Trent University University of Wolverhampton

Students who are thinking about switching universities, taking a break from their studies or moving away from their current place of study can now get help from MEU’s Midlands Credit Compass.

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New national observatory to plug voluntary sector data gap

The data gap in the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector is to be plugged by a new national observatory, which aims to bring the whole sector together to better understand its strengths and weaknesses and articulate its needs.

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Diversity key to economic success in Leicester, says CBI boss

CEO boss says the pandemic has created many job opportunities for talented graduates

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The first cohort has graduated from a new course run to support people in building stronger communities delivered by @dmuleicester with @SrebrenicaUK


A new national observatory @TrentUni will help plug the data gap for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector. It aims to collate sector-wide information to support funding bids and better serve communities


MEU chair Professor Edward Peck is adding his voice to calls to bring the UK’s first fusion plant to the region

Birmingham City University @MyBCU is using its entrepreneurial expertise to support business growth in India in partnership with motorbike giant @HeroMotoCorp

A new business innovation centre is being opened for entrepreneurs to collaborate.

MEU partner @unilincoln welcomed Arts Minister Lord Parkinson to see work to transform the town’s former Barbican Hotel into a creative hub http://ow.ly/IH8750J8P3X