Midlands Enterprise Universities

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

Midlands Enterprise Universities is a partnership of eight 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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Big rise in regional businesses going green, researchers find

In 2015, 16% of companies derived turnover from supplying environmentally-friendly goods – such as energy efficiency, waste recovery and eco-food and drink products – but this increased to 45% in 2022 as more firms identified opportunities in the UK’s race to net zero.

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New green energy project could ultimately lower our bills

Research which could ultimately help cut energy bills and implement large-scale clean energy use is set to begin after winning Government innovation funding.

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Busy day at partner universities for #alevels2022 helping students who collected their results today. Lots of options to explore @DerbyUni @dmuleicester @StaffsUni @MyBCU @covcampus @TrentUni @unilincoln @wlv_uni

Tree-mendous idea from @DerbyUni who are launching a new research study to understand how trees help boost our wellbeing http://ow.ly/qnw950KjPxo

Well done to @ChloeKeeping1 who studies at MEU partner @unilincoln – she’s just been named National College of Paramedics Student of the Year!


WATCH: Congratulations to three students from @wlv_uni who won medals at the Commonwealth Games 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipAX1x6I2Hc&t=7s

At what age are you most innovative at work? Fascinating research from @TrentUni has mapped the life cycle of productivity