The Birmingham Project employer partners

We are proud to deliver The Birmingham Project with the encouragement and backing of some of the region’s major employers and most significant innovators.

The Birmingham Project has attracted a lot of attention from external organisations since launching in 2013. The organisations we work with are passionate about embracing young talent and encouraging skill development at university to ensure that when you leave, you are ready for the world of work. 

The following organisations will support The Birmingham Project in 2023.

Please note the employer partners for the Developing Community and Exploring Technology and Innovations Themes are TBC. 

Lloyds Banking Group (Responsible Business Theme)

""The Birmingham Project provides students a fantastic opportunity to develop a wide range of key skills from Collaborative working and Project Management to Leadership and Problem solving.

Ensuring responsible business practices and sustainability are key priorities for Lloyds and, following our recent pledges to reduce the carbon emissions financed by more than 50% over the next 10 years and plant 10 million new trees in conjunction with the Woodland Trust, we look forward to hearing the students innovative ideas for 2020! Support of The Birmingham Project is an integral part of Lloyds calendar and reinforces the strong relationship we have with the University, following the creation of the Responsible Business Centre (a unique joint venture between Lloyds Banking Group and the University of Birmingham) in conjunction with Professor Ian Thomson.

Find out more about Lloyds graduate career programmes.

PwC (Shaping Global Society Theme)


PwC is a world-renowned accountancy firm who has had a great presence at University of Birmingham in supporting student development and providing students with tools to be successful in the future. They have also built up an excellent reputation as a graduate recruiter, being awarded No.1 Graduate Employer in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey several occasions.

At PwC, graduates and undergraduates can expect to be part of a stimulating environment working on challenging projects where you’ll have access to a world of opportunity and experiences, in a culture that embraces difference. No matter what your degree or background, PwC have a range of roles to suit everyone.

Information about PwC's award winning undergraduate and graduate programmes can be found on the PwC Careers site.

PwC quote

"The Birmingham Project is great for employability. It gives students the opportunity to develop their team working skills, leadership skills and to learn more about themselves in terms of their own strengths and development areas."

The Lapworth Museum of Geology (Celebrating Arts and Culture Theme)

Find out more about The Lapworth Museum of Geology.

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) (Developing the Future of Transport Theme)

""TfWM works to invest in and improve the regional transport network; working towards an integrated transport system that is sustainable, secure, and supports economic growth. They are busy planning for the future and work in partnership with operators in the West Midlands (as Network West Midlands) to develop integrated ticketing that meets customer needs.

TfWM is part of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA). The WMCA has a number of key priorities, such as; economic growth, skills, transport and housing, as well as reforming public services and reducing the region's welfare bill.

Find out more information about TfWM.

TfWM quote

"The Birmingham Project is an excellent way of understanding young people's vision to help shape the future of public transport. It supports students thinking about the way they can make changes for the better and it is a great opportunity to be able to work with such talented students."

The Birmingham Project is proudly supported by the University of Birmingham's Academic Skills Centre and Conferences & Events service.


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