Middlesex University have confirmed their full support of the Capital West London programme.
The much-respected institution has been home to innovators and change-makers for 140 years and is committed to supporting the long-term future of its local area.
Capital West London is the ground-breaking new cross-borough partnership aimed at driving sustainable economic growth throughout the sub-region. The brainchild of the West London Alliance, the programme will see the local authorities of Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow and Hounslow work collaboratively with the private sector to drive the area forward and promote it to an international audience.
Middlesex University have signed up to become a full partner.
As a ‘University for Skills’, Middlesex pride themselves on being engaged and supportive of the skills agenda. Through excellent links with employers, further education and other partners they are determined to help build the skills the country needs to boost productivity.
The university have a track record of working closely with businesses to make sure what their students learn is what London, UK and global employers need.
David Williams, Director of Global Corporate Engagement, said: “‘Middlesex University are delighted to now be working in partnership with Capital West London and seeking to support and develop local economic and skills needs in these challenging times.
“Working together and with other partners is the way forward to making a real impact and difference.”
View the full list of Capital West London partners here.