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08 NOV 2018
(China Airshow) The University of Sydney (Australia), CENTRALE SUPELEC (France) and the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) have joined the AIRBUS Global University Partner Program. They will collaborate with the European manufacturer and its existing network of 22 partner universities with the aim of exploring innovative ways to develop the competencies required by the aerospace industry and to build a better talent pipeline between (them) and AIRBUS".
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