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Content University Technical Colleges

University Technical Colleges are a new concept in education. They offer 14-19 year olds the opportunity to take a highly regarded, full time, technically-oriented course of study. They are equipped to the highest standard, sponsored by a university and offer clear progression routes into higher education or further learning in work.

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Baker Dearing Educational Trust
4 Millbank

Tel: 020 7960 1555

The students combine hand and mind to learn in a very practical way, integrating national curriculum requirements with the technical and vocational elements. The college ethos and curriculum is heavily influenced by local and national employers who also provide support and work experience for students.

Welcome to Aston University Engineering Academy

At Aston University Engineering Academy, we have a unique focus on engineering and science that we enhance through our strong links with local and national industrial partners. Working in partnership enables us to deliver an exciting and relevant engineering and science focused curriculum. It also enables work-based experience for all our students as well as a pool of mentors and role models to support and enhance the academic curriculum.

 "Engineering and science excellence for 14-19 year olds in Birmingham."

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Join Aston University Sixth Form

Applications for Y12 are open download an application form

Year 10 induction Wednesday 12th July to Friday 19th July 2017

We look forward to welcoming our prospective year 10 students on Wednesday 12th July.  For details click here

Visit AUEA

Learning Visits

AUEA encourages parents and students to visit during the school day please register your interest email or telephone Admissions 0121 380 0572

Learning visits are scheduled on Tuesdays & Wednesdays throughout the term from
9.00-10.00am.  This is an opportunity to meet students and take a tour of AUEA during the academy day.

UTC Parent Survey Findings

See the results and read the article here

DfE Performance Tables

Aston University Engineering Academy (AUEA) is rated first in Birmingham for its Key Stage 5 vocational results under the ‘value added’ metric and average grade metric

Aston University Engineering Academy is delighted to receive its first set of results in the DfE Performance tables released yesterday.

The first cohort of Year 13 leavers have received outstanding Key Stage 5 vocational results with 95.1% of students achieving at least 3 substantial qualifications, at an average point score of 835.1.  Further details see performance tables and results and press release.

Parents back the Baccalaureate, technical degrees and better careers advice Read the full article here

AUEA officially "Good" following Ofsted visit 2014.

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Academy's strong links with industry lead to university joy for student.

See the article here in the Birmingham Mail

Students engineer a future in aerospace

Press release re AUEA student attendance at Aerospace Engineering course hosted by Kingston Univesity


















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