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Carillion has also helped AUEA's younger students in Year 10 by offering invaluable work experience placements within the city.
Carillion has also hosted the academy's Austrian partner school, HTL Modling, to showcase the work it does with AUEA, and how it has benefited AUEA as an academy and its students.
The ethos and ambience of AUEA are very different from most other secondary colleges: it is rather like a graduate business school for teenagers, and the cool and undemonstrative architecture matches this business-like ethos.
Lee Kilgour, principal of AUEA UTC said: "The ethos at AUEA is one which supports our young people to develop key employability skills which we call 'the 7 R's.'.
AUEA is located at Faraday Wharf, adjacent to Birmingham Science Park Aston.
"Studying at AUEA has provided a range of opportunities, from Budding Brunels to many other employer visits and schemes," said Muzamil.
In line with its focus on science and engineering excellence, AUEA will offer Apprenticeships from 16, alongside its A Level and technical pathways.
There were a few laughs along the way as well, particularly when the AUEA teams revealed to each other what their guesses were for the height of Old Joe, the Birmingham University's famous clock tower.
AUEA has high aspirations and high expectations for all of its students and provides a personalised learning experience for Year 10 and Year 12 students of mixed ability from across Birmingham and the West Midlands.
Students that are currently studying at AUEA are benefiting from these projects that will eventually lead them into higher education and further career prospects within industry.
For the record, AUEA has 302 pupils studying science, maths and engineering in a purposebuilt PS17.5 million building with sponsorship and support from Aston University and businesses like BMW, National Grid, Rolls-Royce and e.on.
In line with its focus on science and engineering excellence, AUEA will offer 15 apprenticeships alongside more traditional A-level pathways, from age 16.