The next four tech schools to be chosen to take the Cambridge Technology Assessment (CTA) test will be located in the City of Cambridge.
The Cambridge Technology Assessments (CTAs) are a national examination which takes place at the end of every academic year to assess students’ aptitude for computing, information technology, data science and engineering.
It is now in its eighth edition, which is due to be released in February 2019.
It is expected that the University of Cambridge will choose two Cambridge Technology Schools for the 2019 CTA tests.
The first, to be named Cambridge University Cambridge School of Technology, will be chosen in March 2019 and the second, named Cambridge Technical School, will start in March 2020.
The Cambridge Technical Schools will take the place of the University’s existing Technical School of Engineering (TSE) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences School (EPS).
The TSE is also part of the Engineering Technology College, which has been renamed the Engineering Innovation Centre, and will be replaced by the TSE in 2019.
The TSEA will continue to take students from the TSEA and the EPS.
In addition to the Cambridge Technical schools, the University has announced plans to establish a new Technical Institute at Cambridge to train and employ engineering graduates.
This new institute will build on the strengths of the TESE and enable the University to work more closely with industry to help them deliver their vision for the future of research and innovation,” Anderson added.”
The Cambridge TSE will be able to work with industry and industry partners and support new technologies, bringing the UK together with the world’s leading universities, and with the UK at the forefront of technology innovation.”
“This new institute will build on the strengths of the TESE and enable the University to work more closely with industry to help them deliver their vision for the future of research and innovation,” Anderson added.
The University has also announced plans for an engineering academy to be set up at Cambridge, to train engineers to become engineers.
The academy will be set to start in 2018.
The announcement comes as part of a broader push to attract more engineering graduates to the UK, as a result of the Brexit vote. “
We have a number of exciting engineering projects underway and we are committed to developing our future students as well as providing opportunities for students from across the university to work in engineering.”
The announcement comes as part of a broader push to attract more engineering graduates to the UK, as a result of the Brexit vote.
More than 20% of UK universities are already open to graduates from abroad, according to the Engineering School’s chief executive, Simon Hargreaves.
“This announcement is a welcome step to bring back some of the engineering talent that was lost to the EU, as well encouraging more students from overseas to come to our university,” he said.
At the same time, it is also expected that Cambridge will continue its push to open up more engineering courses, with an estimated 30 new courses set to open in 2019, as part in its ambitious plan to open a new technical college in 2018 at the University.
In the meantime, it has become clear that the current system of international students is not working, with students from other countries coming to the university in large numbers.
A report published last year by the Engineering Student Federation (ESF), which is part of Engineering Workers Union, found that there were 2,800 foreign students at Cambridge in 2019 and that this number had risen to 5,500 in 2020.
Some universities are starting to offer scholarships to international students, and in October 2019 the Engineering Association of Great Britain (EAGB) announced that it had been granted a £3.7m grant to provide financial support to support international students in the UK.
Another new initiative that the Engineering Students’ Union is part in is to increase the number of foreign students who study in the Engineering Research Centres at the universities.
This means that the number studying in the Centre will rise from 6,000 to 12,000 students.
Currently, the number who study at the Engineering Centres is made up of between 2,500 and 3,000 international students.