CELEBRATING EMERGING TALENT IN THE WEST MIDLANDS
Now in its fifth year, this is an initiative in partnership between Millennium Point Charitable Trust and BCU’s Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment to offer one person each year their tuition fees paid for. After a record number of applications this year, hear from five talented young people who will be presenting on local topics relating to engineering, film production, computing, digital and more to a panel of industry leaders, followed by a celebratory drinks reception.
The evening is hosted by Capital Breakfast’s Matilda New, with a panel of judges including Liz Mercuri, Unity Technologies and former BAFTA Young Games Designers Mentor, Hala Lloyd, lead architect at HS2 in Birmingham; Professor Hanifa Shah, the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Computing, Engineering & the Built Environment at Birmingham City University (BCU), Simon Cox, Head of investigations at BBC Arabic and global journalism consultant; and Gavin Wade, award-winning artist-curator and director of Eastside Projects in Digbeth.
The Millennium Point Scholarship is run by the Millennium Point Charitable Trust, who facilitates projects, events and initiatives which support science, technology, engineering and maths in the West Midlands. Now in it’s fifth year, the titular live final is set to be an unmissable evening showcase of emerging talent and future faces in Birmingham and the wider region.
Hear from five finalists present on a range of topics relating to the West Midlands in our large Auditorium.
Meet our panel of industry leaders
Celebrate the results with our Winner’s reception
Connect with like-minded professionals, industry leaders and senior representatives from schools and colleges across the West Midlands.
When and where?
Wed 27th March
Millennium Point | 5pm – 10:30pm
Auditorium and Platform, Level 1 event space
Live Final starts 6:30 pm