BMAT STEM Academy
BMAT STEM Academy (formerly known as Sir Charles Kao UTC) is a University Technical College located on the Harlow College campus in Harlow, Essex, England, which opened in September 2014. It was named after the Nobel Prize winning scientist Charles K. Kao who worked and studied at Standard Telecommunication Laboratories in Harlow.
|BMAT STEM Academy|
|Type||University Technical College|
|Established||1 September 2014|
|Department for Education URN||145931 Tables|
|Age||14 to 19|
From April 2018, the school was re-launched as a member of the Burnt Mill Academy Trust, which runs schools in Essex including Burnt Mill Academy and Epping St John's. It was renamed to the BMAT STEM Academy.
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