Belimo is global market leader in the development, production and marketing of actuator solutions for controlling heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
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Miquel Fabregas, UNITECH Programme Participant 2013 from Barcelona, has just graduated as a Civil Engineer from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. He has had a whole host of different experiences along his career, each dragging him into a different field. While on exchange at Loughborough University, his interest in engineering in low income countries began, with the well known society Engineers Without Borders.
Here is the story of how he found himself in the world of Engineers Without Borders…
KOSTAL develop and produce technologically advanced electronic, electromechanical and mechatronic products for major industrial organisations.
Nokia is a global leader in the technologies that connect people and things.
"Different words but one same feeling to describe UNITECH."
"From Barcelona to Silicon Valley. Inspiring and sensational event. A boost of motivation to all of us." - Mireia Hernández (International Communication Officer).
“As Secretary General I see entrepreneurship at the very heart of what UNITECH sets out to achieve – to provide its Corporate Partners with talented engineers who can “Define, invest, build, repeat” in their companies (although the invest part perhaps should be read as “persuade others to invest”).” - David Ward UNITECH Secretary General
We usually link the concept of entrepreneurship with ambition, drive, innovation and continuous self-improvement. Could we link entrepreneurship too with social responsibility? A new concept of a start-up shows us that we can create whatever we want as long as we believe in it. We have discovered a beautiful story of an Alumni of ours; Pau Torres (2004) and we would like to share it amongst the network - Mireia Hernandez UAA International Communication Officer
"What a great start to an important year! The Corporate Partners and the new UNITECH board have started to put even more emphasis on the UAA. This was something the UAA Council has put a lot of work into for the last years. It was amazing how the UAA council, including two new members, takes on the challenge of being in focus." – Jan-Philipp: Vice-president
The 7th of October marked the first large event in Loughborough of the new academic year, ‘UAA meets Caterpillar’, with around 20 UNITECH students, alumni, and CP representatives in attendance.