The Business Research Institute has won the International Partnership Award at the prestigious Educate North Awards ceremony.
The University of Chester also scooped a number of other awards including the Social Mobility Award for its ‘STEM Green-Power Car Challenge’ and the Business Collaboration and Partnerships Award for the University’s Chester Business School, Centre for Work Related Studies – Senior Leaders Master’s Degree Apprenticeship. The Westminster Centre for Research and Innovation in Veterans’ Wellbeing won the External Relations Team of the Year Award and Professor Howard Williams won the Teaching Excellence Award.
To top off a successful evening for the University of Chester, Canon Professor Tim Wheeler, Vice Chancellor, was given a Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding contribution to Higher Education.
You can find out more about the Educate North Awards at https://www.educatenorth.co.uk/