Dyson Institute of Technology will have the power to award its own degrees | Education


The technological institute founded by inventor Sir James Dyson will soon have the power to award its own degrees – the first in a new wave of alternative providers.The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology, which opened in 2017 at the site of the Dyson Design Center in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, has 150 undergraduate engineering students who pay no tuition and receive a full-time salary for their four years of study and work alongside the Dyson staff. .

Originally, the institute was to award degrees validated by the University of Warwick, but the Students’ Office, the regulator of higher education in England, said the institute could award degrees in its own name from next year, the first to do so under the legislation that created the route in 2017.


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