The award-winning, sustainable retrofit that we’ve undertaken at East India Dock, is now on a mission to link the world of education with the future of work. We've teamed up with Times Higher Education to look at why creating a new type of campus is essential for universities’ future success.
At Republic we are showing how a creative, relationship-rich environment can help educators offer a first-class student experience. Co-located with businesses and supported by our on-site incubator, The Greenhouse, universities based at Republic are fostering innovation and employability skills amongst their students and the wider community.
Our partnership with Times Higher Education collects interviews with the Republic team and the educators, creatives and experts that help make the campus. Click this link or the image below to read the full report
More than 3,350 students are now based at Republic — from The University of the West of Scotland, City Gateway, Global Banking School, Anglia Ruskin University and York St John University. Community members from the locality also receive training and mentoring from the onsite Oitij-jo Collective and The Trampery.
“Reimagining the 21st Century Campus” looks at why creating a new type of place is essential for universities’ future success. With our educator partners, we are excited to be co-creating a pioneering model to develop work-ready graduates for the jobs of tomorrow. Have a read to see what has been achieved at Republic — and then get in touch if you’d like to find out more or get working together!
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