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Tottenham UTC unveils vision of future with latest images

Posted on 5 March 2014  - 18:05

State-of-the-art facility set to open in September

Michael and Aaron visit the Tottenham UTC siteMichael and Aaron are shown around the Tottenham UTC siteView from Tottenham UTC back to White Hart LaneMichael and Aaron are shown around the Tottenham UTC siteAaron and Michael at the Tottenham UTC siteThe Tottenham UTC entrance and reception – an open plan digitally immersive and creative environment showcasing the best of the Tottenham UTC work.Communal learning and enterprise zones – modelled on the very best of contemporary workplace environments such as Microsoft and Google, these zones will enable students to chose the work environment that is best suited for them to learn in (including informal café spaces, soft seating, stadium seating, breakfast bar zones, one to one pods and group tables)Sports Performance Studio -  sports activities will be captured digitally by the adjacent sports media room with the data being used to help students learn about science, sport and the body.Mechatronics Studio - state–of-the-art technological learning superstudios which will allow students to access university level facilities such as 3D printing machines and holographic technology.

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Tottenham UTC has released the latest images of what the new University Technical College will look like when it opens this September as part of Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium regeneration scheme.

Club captain Michael Dawson and winger Aaron Lennon were in Tottenham on Tuesday to view the site of the Tottenham UTC, which is currently recruiting Year 10 and 12 students for the coming academic year.

In partnership with Middlesex University, the UTC will specialise in Technology and Science for Sport, Health and Engineering, giving students skills that lead to employment in the competitive future economy.

The new CGI’s of the building’s interior reveal an inspirational design of a learning environment that will feature the latest technology, enabling students to think outside the box and become part of a future generation of forward-thinkers.

Through the new curriculum, 14-19 year olds will be able to take a hands-on role in designing innovations that could be used at the next Olympics or even in the National Health system.

On visiting the site of the new UTC today, Michael Dawson said:

“The new building is really taking shape and fits in with the fantastic regeneration scheme that is currently in progress.

“Having seen the latest images of what the facilities will look like within the UTC, and catching a glimpse of some of the technology and design equipment that will be on offer, it will be an exciting opportunity for any teenager that comes to study here.

“Most importantly, students who do come to the Tottenham UTC will be able to gain the skills needed to get a job at the end of it, which is what any young person should be striving for.”

Teenagers can register their interest in studying at Tottenham UTC by visiting

The Club will also be holding an Open Day at White Hart Lane on Tuesday 11th March, where students can sample some of the activities and technology that will be on offer at the UTC between 1.30 and 6.30pm.

Parents and students that wish to attend the Open Event can register by visiting

Tottenham UTC is being sponsored and supported by renowned global companies including Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, Middlesex University, National Instruments, Festo, Fusion Lifestyle, Mindsets and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.