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Industry partners

With an increasing demand from industry for innovative, skilled, work-ready graduates, the next generation of engineers will need to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, and dynamic innovators.

We will work closely with industry to cultivate just this type of engineer.

  • “TEDI-London is a really exciting new proposition for the engineering sector. The hands-on, project-based approach to learning in partnership with industry, coupled with a focus on developing graduates equipped with the skills to solve 21st Century challenges, has the potential for really powerful impact.”

    Roger Madelin Joint Head of Canada Water, British Land
  • Roger Madelin London launch


Our founding industry partner, British Land, is a leading UK property company. They will support TEDI-London’s ambitions for an industry-led curriculum by delivering projects, mentors and collaboration opportunities around British Land’s flagship Canada Water Masterplan.

For British Land, the partnership enables not only their input into the curriculum to develop the skills needed to future proof their business, but direct access to a diverse pool of talent, which will be invaluable as the Canada Water Masterplan progresses.



“Waterman are very enthusiastic about the potential of TEDI-London. It is refreshing to see a new collaborative approach to the development of engineers based on practical experience. TEDI-London and industry linking to shape innovative, skilled and work ready engineers for the future can only be a positive in the dynamic and creative world of engineering.”

Craig Beresford
COO Property
Waterman Group Plc

Network Rail

“Network Rail recognises that our ability to develop the next generation of engineers will be crucial to maintain the safe running of our railway. Now more than ever, we need to invest in our people and look to the future where digital railway technology will transform the industry and how we operate.”

Mark Tarry
Business Services Director
Network Rail


“Hawkins\Brown embrace collaboration as we understand that sharing ideas and learning from other disciplines results in more progressive and innovative design solutions. Collaboration is at the heart of TEDI’s mission and we look forward to developing our partnership and providing support to TEDI as they grow as a higher education provider.”

Nicola Rutt
Head of Workplace Sector

Engineers Without Borders

“TEDI-London and Engineers Without Borders UK share a determination to change the way tomorrow’s engineers are educated, so that engineering can lead the way in addressing the urgent challenges of ensuring development for all while living within our planetary boundaries.”

How we work with industry


The Curriculum Design Taskforce takes an overview of curriculum design and content. Members advise and inform on what is, and is not needed from an industry perspective in specific subject and project areas.


More than half of the TEDI-London programme is project based. We work with organisations to develop projects that are outcome orientated and beneficial to both the company and the students.


Share knowledge and experience to deepen student understanding of topics and skills. Provide guidance and support on the progression of TEDI-London students through the programme and their future career.