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BMet and South and City College students take centre stage at Youth Mini Summit for Racial Justice

News / 26 May 2022

Students from BMet and South and City College Birmingham led the way in conversations about racial justice and equality earlier this week at a pioneering further education “world café” summit, specially designed for young people. Held at Aston University, the BMet and South and City College partnership was facilitated by national Youth Charity – Leaders […]

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Cutting-edge ‘CyberHub’ launches in Birmingham to train the next generation of cybersecurity experts

News / 19 May 2022

The latest `Security Operations Centre’ (SOC) to join the CyberHub Trust network has now been launched at BMet’s Matthew Boulton Campus. This pioneering, national initiative aims to provide talented young people with the advanced digital skills they need to become Cyber Security and Cloud experts – tackling the skills gap in this rapidly expanding sector […]

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BMet students’ legal careers set to excel – through dynamic forward-thinking partnership

News / 10 May 2022

Aspiring legal professionals from underrepresented backgrounds at BMet are closer to realising their dreams, thanks to an innovative partnership with the college and Bila Law Academy. Launching at the college’s Matthew Boulton and Sutton Coldfield sites, the Professional Legal Skills Programmes (PLSP) will give law students access to many career-focused opportunities. Bila Law Academy was […]

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Safer Students Charter

News / 9 May 2022

BMet has joined forces with colleges from across the region to sign a Safer Students Charter, affirming its commitment to creating a culture of safety for all students. The charter, developed by the Colleges West Midlands network, contains five safety elements to support students and help them to learn and develop by: Treating all students […]

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BMet student’s “pedal power” gains special Comic Relief TV slot

News / 22 March 2022

A BMet student and former refugee’s unique cycling experience led to a feature on this year’s Comic Relief. Nada Mohamed, who studies at Matthew Boulton College, was part of the popular BBC “Red Nose Day” live extravaganza. She was chosen for the voluntary work that she does at The Bike Project, based in Birmingham and […]

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International Cultural Awareness Day at Matthew Boulton College!

News / 16 March 2022

We had an International Cultural Awareness Day at our Matthew Boulton College, to raise money for The British Red Cross. The inclusive event was organised by Level 3 Business students, under the direction of Business Lecturer and culture and diversity advocate, Angelina Barrett. The aim was to raise funds for the British Red Cross humanitarian […]

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