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How I got my job: Interior Advanced Development Engineer

My name is Saad and I’m a student at the University of Leeds doing an integrated masters in Mechanical Engineering. I have been fortunate enough to be one of the three students offered a summer placement this year at Toyota Boshoku Corporation in Japan through the Toyoda internship. Continue reading

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Leeds team through to semi-finals of IBM Universities Business Challenge

We are delighted to announce that a team of Leeds Engineering students we sponsored to take part in the IBM Universities Business Challenge have made it through to the semi-finals!

This is a fantastic achievement – over 300 teams from universities throughout the UK competed in Round 1 of the competition and only the top 2 teams from each group made it through to the semi-finals – so well done and a massive congratulations to “The Engineers”.  Whilst making it through to the semi-finals is an achievement in itself, The Engineers did exceptionally well in that they were ranked 6th overall out of the 310 teams which participated in terms of cumulative profit after the 5 trading periods in Round 1. 

 

The Engineers are all 2nd year students studying either Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering here at Leeds.

The semi-finals take place late next February and we will keep you updated about how the Engineers get on.

We sponsored a further two teams to compete in UBC this year and whilst both teams put in strong performances, they both narrowly missed out on semi-finals places, “The Invisible Hands” finishing 3rd in their group and “Team FAMAS” finishing 4th in their group. Nevertheless, the teams say they have learnt a lot and now have an excellent addition to their CVs.

For more information on all 3 teams from Leeds which participated, see our previous blog post.

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