Paris, 17 June 2015 – At the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, AKKA will sign two new partnership agreements with the ENSTA and ISAE-ENSMA, as well as renewing another with the IPSA.
Cultivating and sharing its passion for technology is what the AKKA Group has been committed to since its creation 30 years ago. Our ambition is simple: to allow our engineers to express their talents and promote their unique savoir-faire. AKKA has launched the “On Track” project, which aims to spread and uphold this culture that is at the heart of the Group’s success. The Group is focusing on working even more closely with engineering colleges.
To make sure that today’s students turn into tomorrow’s engineers, it is crucial to raise our Group’s profile among French engineering colleges. This is why the AKKA Group has developed a network of outstanding partner colleges. Through chairs, educational projects, (but also) interview simulations, CV workshops and conferences, these initiatives help to raise our profile and spread the word about our expertise among future engineers, and get a feeling for the latest technological trends that are so essential for our future projects.
A real source of innovation and resources, two new college partnerships with the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d’Aérotechnique and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées will be signed. These colleges will help the Group recruit future engineers specialising in different areas, such as automotive and aeronautics, areas in which AKKA has an established presence. AKKA is also renewing its relationship with the Institut Polytechnique des Sciences Avancées (IPSA), a college with an excellent reputation for systems engineering for the aeronautics and space industry. Thanks to this renewal, AKKA once again demonstrates its leading position in the field of aeronautical engineering. These partnerships demonstrate the Group’s desire to continue to strive towards excellence by offering increasingly effective engineers for its industrial projects.
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