We are happy to share that tomorrow the Birmingham City University will launch the UK national office for Academy Cube, the online STEM
skills center.

Ardavan Amini, Director of the Centre for Enterprise Systems at Birmingham City University, said: “This is a great opportunity for Birmingham City University to play a key role in addressing STEM skills shortages. As well as developing the skills of our own students, through the running of Academy Cube’s UK
headquarters here in Birmingham, we’ll also be helping to equip future technologists and engineers from across the country with the appropriate skills
they need for a long and successful career.”

Launch event on July 9th, 2015 in Birmingham

Join the free-to-attend launch events highlighting opportunities to bridge the STEM skills gap and the skills required of graduate talent to succeed in STEM roles.

Academy Cube is a career and online learning platform which offers an intelligent matching system, allowing STEM talent to identify and develop the skills and qualifications they require for specific roles in the workplace.

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All partners of Academy Cube are contributing with their engagement to the “eSkills for Jobs 2015” campaign, which is a major cross sector, multi-stakeholder campaign from the European Commission, involving more than 650 organizations across Europe including companies, associations, education and training bodies and NGOs. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the need for information and communication technology (ICT) skills for work. Read more.

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