Infiniti’s hunt for the brightest engineering minds in the Middle East is fast approaching its deadline. Two weeks are left to apply for the Infiniti Engineering Academy 2019. The closing date for applying to the program is 25th October, 2019.
The only automotive-to-motorsport engineering recruitment program of its kind in the world enables students to gain experience in both the premium automotive and Formula 1 industries. The internship spans a year with six months at the Infiniti Technical Centre Europe, and a further six months at the Renault F1 Team Technical Centre in the UK.
IEA 2019 is now in its sixth consecutive year, and is still the only program of its kind. “There simply is no other program out there offering such a unique, fast-track path into a prestigious international engineering career in automotive and Formula 1™. We therefore encourage ambitious and talented students from across the region to hurry and apply to the Academy for their chance to win this one-of-a-kind career opportunity,” said Markus Leithe, Managing Director, INFINITI Middle East.
The Infiniti Engineering Academy 2019 will shortlist seven students from regions all around the world.
Throughout the recruitment drive, students will be assessed and shortlisted through a number of tasks that will attempt to measure their current knowledge of the technicalities of automotive engineering. Soft skills of the students will also be tested, following which the winner will be granted a one-year internship at the Infiniti Technical Centre Europe and Renault F1 Team.
IEA will shortlist one student from the Middle East currently studying in a regional university to participate in the program. The Middle East winner will join six other winners from other regions (Asia & Oceania, Canada, China, Europe, Mexico, and USA) for an exciting opportunity to work on both automotive and Formula 1 technologies.
Students from the Middle East can submit their applications by visiting academy.infiniti.com. The selection process involves completing a two-step registration process, passing a series of online tests, a video conference interview, and attending an assessment day.