The MidEx programme aims to generate a sustained positive benefit to the performance of organisations across the Midlands region through collaboration with private, public and third sector organisations. We offer a core sector of activities to strengthen the relationship between research, teaching and practitioner engagement.
MidEx offers resources for student consultancy, research collaboration and a community for on-going partnerships and networks.
Find out about the organisations and practitioners that MidEx works with through collaborative projects included applied research and consultancy.
Latest MidEx news
- As part of the Connecting Universities to Business Event, Professor Simon Collinson, Dean of Birmingham Business School, delivered a speech on 'Universities as drivers of high-value growth'.
- Tuesday 16th December 2014
- Birmingham Business School welcomed Una O'Brien, Permanent Secretary of the Department of Health this week, to share her views on leadership.
- Friday 5th December 2014
- Kate Ellis, former Vice President of Chartering and Commercial Operations for BP, visited Birmingham Business School this week to share her views on leadership as part of the School's Distinguished Leader Series.
- Thursday 4th December 2014