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At Airbus, there are always many things happening. Our news blog will keep you up-to-date with our latest activities.

Calendar events

Craft Apprenticeship Open Evening

24 January 2019 Craft Apprenticeship Open Evening Coleg Cambria, Kelsterton Road, Connah’s Quay, Deeside, Clwyd CH5 4BR

Airbus invites students, parents and anyone interested in Craft Apprenticeships to join us at our Open Evening.

Come and speak to current Airbus Apprentices about what it takes to become one of our skilled aircraft fitters and machinists. There will also be representatives from Airbus and Coleg Cambria on hand to tell you more about our apprenticeship programmes.

Presentations will be held at 5:45, 6:15 and 6:45, and tours of the college workshops will run throughout the evening.

There is no need to book a place; please just turn up!

Direction and hours

Start Date
24 January 2019 - 17:30
End Date
24 January 2019 - 19:30

Recruitment Afterwork - Stevenage

30 January 2019 Airbus, Discovery STEM Centre, Gunnels Wood Road, Stevenage, SG1 2AS

Looking for your next career move in Engineering or IT? Then come and meet us at our afterwork recruitment event on January 30th from 3pm to 10pm at the Discovery STEM Centre in Stevenage.

Please register for the event by clicking here: https://jobs.volt.eu.com/airbus2019

Direction and hours

Start Date
30 January 2019 - 15:00
End Date
30 January 2019 - 22:00
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Featured news

9
Jan. 2019

Eight Things Aspiring Professionals Gain From Becoming An Apprentice

Read this fantastic article titled about eight things aspiring professionals gain from becoming an apprentice, click here.

And apply for an Airbus apprenticeship today! 

17
Dec. 2018

A team from TUDelft joined Airbus engineers

 
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Careers 11 December 2018

Airbus Smart Type Project 2018

Collaboration with our global network of university partners enables us to work together on all kinds of projects and many different ways. Our Smart Tyre research is just one example of how we’re exploring new and agile ways of working with university partners. Watch now to see what happened when a team from TUDelft joined Airbus engineers for a day of intensive testing on next-generation aircraft tyres.

Read more on TUDeft here

10
Dec. 2018

Twenty-four startups join Airbus accelerator programme

Airbus has selected twenty-four new startups to join its BizLab for the launch of the fourth accelerator programme, providing a platform to develop previously untapped technologies and ways of working in the aerospace sector.

Airbus has selected twenty-four new startups to join its BizLab for the launch of the fourth accelerator programme, providing a platform to develop previously untapped technologies and ways of working in the aerospace sector.

Airbus BizLab is a global aerospace business accelerator where startups and Airbus intrapreneurs speed up the transformation of innovative ideas into valuable businesses. Since starting in 2015, Airbus BizLab has accelerated 50 startups and 40 internal projects, which have raised a combined € 19.5 million.

This year, Airbus BizLab also challenged startups to propose technical solutions contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals that Airbus is committed to.

With the opening earlier this year of Airbus BizLab’s fourth site in Madrid (Spain) - after Toulouse (France), Hamburg (Germany) and Bangalore (India) - the selected firms will join a unique consolidated global network within the four sites. During the six-month acceleration programme, the 24 startups will receive support from an international team of experts from various fields and have access to dedicated coaching staff, networking opportunities and co-working spaces. Hailing from ten countries around the world, the new startups were selected out of 495 applications from 64 countries. One of the main criteria used in the selection process were the synergies between the startup projects and Airbus’ innovation strategy.

Many fledgling aerospace businesses struggle today to turn innovative ideas and technologies into commercial reality, others face difficulties accessing customers or endure long certification processes. This significantly slows the pace of innovation. To overcome these hurdles, Airbus BizLab has developed a “hybrid” concept that helps startups better navigate the challenges of working with large firms.

Read the full article here

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