The commitment of the International Relations Office at ETSII is to promote interchange of Students and Staff with the leading academic Engineering Institutions all over the world. Internationalization is one of the strategic principles of the ETSII, within a labor market context, where Engineers are professionals susceptible to develop their careers globally.

International experience is considered a valued skill from the part of employers, and the ETSII provides different possibilities to acquire it, with the numerous partners, and a 30 years old interchange expertise. Nowadays close to 50% of ETSII last year students, develop part of their studies out of Spain.


Opportunities for Engineering Students at Cranfield University

 Cranfield Aerospace Experience Competition

This is a fantastic opportunity for your students to win two days of airborne and simulator training at both Cranfield University and with our partner British Airways. The competition has run successfully over the past eight years, with the winning students taking great pride in their success. They have always found the opportunity to experience commercial aircraft simulators at British Airways and hands on aerobatic flights at Cranfield a real highlight. For the four successful winners we also cover accommodation, meal and the cost of travel to the value of £400, with prize event held in August 2019. In previous years we have received entries from students with a whole range of academic disciplines.

The competition details can be found here – We would welcome your students to enter, if you can please share to your relevant departments. If you would like a poster and postcard pack please do let me know with confirmation of postage address, alternatively we have pdf poster attached that you can print and display to your noticeboards.

Careers in Manufacturing 2019 – Downloadable guide

Working with some of our key industrial partners we have developed the essential guide that showcases some of the exciting job roles and careers progression routes available to students interested in a career in the manufacturing sector. The guide profiles 12 career journeys covering role such as Additive Manufacturing, Composites Engineer, Cyber Security, Manufacturing Project Lead, R&D Manager.

The guide is now available to download for your students –

Publicado el Thursday, 31 de January de 2019