Swiss students indeed have access to one of the best education in the world. However, it’s imperative to gain international exposure to excel in an interconnected world. Committed to empowering tomorrow’s innovators, ETH Zurich, the School of Management & Engineering Vaud (HEIG-VD), Gebert Ruef Stiftung and swissnex India joined hands, to provide exposure to engineering problems beyond what’s available in Switzerland. [Expand] The ‘India Industry Internship’ (III) program was launched to unveil the tremendous potential that India has in alternate engineering culture and frugal innovation. swissnex’s strong connections paved the way to bring together the young talents in Switzerland and the experts in the field of robotics and automation in India, offering the students access to mass manufacturing processes that are usually unavailable for prototypes.
Here’s to catalysing collaborations and co-creating tomorrow!
“What I really liked about India was the importance given to innovation and the ability of Indians to find simple solution to problems. They can often find a way with limited resources and the result is as good as the ones obtained through traditional methods. On a personal front too, the changes I underwent were significant. My family and friends would agree that I gained a lot of self confidence and independence.
I recommend it to anyone who wants to experience something different. If you want to get out of your comfort zone and discover a new culture full of exciting things with a big place for innovation and engineering, this is the program for you.” – Jérémy Michaud