The region’s next generation of engineers are set to benefit from an educational partnership between MG Motor UK, South and City College Birmingham and neighbouring Bournville College.

The agreement will see the organisations work in close collaboration to inspire talent and deliver practical learning opportunities.

Alongside providing four branded MG3 3Form Sport models for the Colleges’ use, MG will supply a number of surplus models for students studying motorsport and engineering qualifications. These cars will enable pupils to practice new skills learnt in the classroom and improve their practical automotive knowledge.

Matthew Cheyne, Head of Sales and Marketing for MG Motor UK, commented: “Partnering with two local colleges provides an excellent opportunity to identify and develop talented individuals and inspire them to consider a career in engineering.”

Steve Dourass, Business and Community Manager for South and City College Birmingham, added: “To be working with such a renowned brand is a huge boost for the college. The agreement will help our students to develop new skills in the classroom and supplement their academic knowledge with practical learning.”

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