The first Industry Forum focused on how universities and industry can work together to predict and develop the skills required among future generations of engineering experts and leaders. Engineering Deans from leading global institutions as well as leaders from some of the world’s top industrial companies and dynamic SMEs gathered for 3 days of highly interactive and innovative sessions and group work.

Download the full programme of the event here.

is a comprehensive summary of the knowledge and ideas shared, the discussion outputs and the creative presentations delivered at the 2017 Industry Forum. The report is available to read online, or for download. It is an essential read, and a valuable resource, for anyone engaged in improving and innovating engineering education for the future.

set the stage for the event itself by providing a review of the important body of work looking at the globally discussed skills and attributes required in a graduate engineer.

is an original piece of research commissioned by Total. The research explores the global perspective on which workplace skills are considered critical for success, as well as the activities likely to best to develop those skills during higher education.

is an extensive list of good practices in university-industry collaboration provided by Industry Forum delegates.