AUEA

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AcronymDefinition
AUEAAston University Engineering Academy (UK)
AUEAAustralian University Equestrian Association
AUEAAuxiliary Utility Equipment Area
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Speaking today at Aston University Engineering Academy, a state school with an RAF Cadet Force, the Defence Secretary also announced the approval of 30 new cadet units in schools across the UK.
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More recently, the business has developed a working relationship with North Bromsgrove school and also has an on-going association with Aston University Engineering Academy to help encourage young people into a future career in engineering.
It also excludes PR funded projects which have their own promotional/marketing/PR budget allocated (where appropriate) and the Aston University Engineering Academy.
The atrium at Aston University Engineering Academy. Pic: Steve Mayes Photography
ASTON University Engineering Academy, Birmingham's University Technical College for 14-19-yearolds, has been proud to work with Carillion to help contextualise learning for the academy's students, particularly those in Year 12 studying BTEC Level 3 Engineering.
Aston University Engineering Academy became Birmingham's first UTC when it opened to pupils at the beginning of September.
As the first major university-sponsored University Technical College (UTC) in the country, Aston University Engineering Academy (AUEA) has a unique focus on engineering and science that is enhanced through strong links with local and national industrial partners.
Aston University Engineering Academy is the first university led and sponsored engineering academy to be created for 14 - 19 year olds in England.
ASTON University Engineering Academy provides engineering and science excellence for 14-19 year-olds in Birmingham.
The new Aston University Engineering Academy, which is based at Aston Science Park in Birmingham city centre, is looking to fill "significant shortages" of qualified engineers in the UK by working with big-name local and national firms.