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Engineering firms can futureproof the business, upskill the workforce and save money – all thanks to the University of Northampton. The newly launched Manufacturing Engineering Degree Apprenticeship, which is run by the University’s team of industry experts, sees the Government cover the costs of training an apprentice, via its Apprenticeship Levy. Benefits for the employer […]

NLive Listen again · Kathryn Kendon 12 – 08 – 20 Clearing Robert Mullane caught up with the University of Northampton’s Academic Registrar Kathryn Kendon yesterday to talk about A-Level results day and clearing in the time of Coronavirus.

Students returning to Northampton College this September will face daily temperature checks, strict social distancing guidelines and a raft of ‘best in class’ safety measures introduced to combat the threat of COVID-19. Work is now going on behind the scenes at the college’s three campuses, in Booth Lane, Lower Mounts and Daventry, to ensure they […]

The doctors, nurses and health care assistants working at the Northampton General Hospital’s (NGH) A&E department can now get a scrummy coffee as they work, thanks to a donation of a coffee machine by the University’s Men’s Rugby Union team. As the teams’ dreams of a commemorative kit for the annual Varsity rugby game dwindled, […]

Healthcare staff have received many, new clinical scrubs during the pandemic thanks to the work of University of Northampton’s (UON) leather centre who have been supporting a local charity. Scrubs Up for Northants NHS is a voluntary group that coordinates and supplies non-surgical scrubs for NHS staff in Northamptonshire. So far, the charity has helped make […]

While thousands of Northampton Town fans couldn’t be at Wembley to watch the club’s promotion play off final win, a University of Northampton student and a graduate had passes for the game. The Covid-19 pandemic meant that the Cobblers’ League Two promotion decider against Exeter City, on Monday 29 June, had to be played behind […]

Northampton College has confirmed it will continue to offer free meals to the most vulnerable 16 to 18-year-old students over the summer holidays. The government was forced into a U-turn on its decision not to provide free lunch vouchers to school pupils during August following a campaign led by Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford. […]

Keeping secondary students on track to further their qualifications and achieve career excellence has continued despite the pandemic for one renamed, rebranded but still committed team. Aspire Higher is the new name for a collaboration between the universities of Northampton, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, under the umbrella of the initiative Uni Connect. Aspire Higher is one of […]

Fashion students have been praised for their professionalism and creativity after overcoming the constraints of lockdown to successfully complete an industry challenge. Second years studying Fashion, Textiles and Footwear & Accessories at the University of Northampton were challenged to come up with a capsule collection for global apparel label manufacturer, ITL Group. ITL produces apparel […]

The thoughts and views of fatherhood from young men who have previously been in care are being sought by a University lecturer. Debbie Kilsby is a Senior Lecturer in Practice Development in the University’s Nursing team and is conducting research for her Doctor of Professional Practice in Health and Social Care. She’s looking to interview young […]