UK: Siemens has launched a new undergraduate sponsorship programme to discover, inspire and nurture the next generation of engineering and tech talent.
The Digital Academy pays selected students $3,700 (£3,000) a year from the second year of university as well as up to 12 weeks paid summer placement throughout the duration of their studies within a Siemens business.
At the end of their degree they will be given the chance to join Siemens’ Graduate Scheme.
The pioneering programme is a partnership between Siemens, the University of Sheffield and Newcastle University.
It aims to offer undergraduates a practical, collaborative space to explore Industry 4.0 technologies and put what they learn at university into real world use.