Student Exchange Program With Siemens-Westinghouse
A Student Exchange Program began with four students from Germany visiting Siemens-Westinghouse and the University of Central Florida in Summer, 1999, as an initiative from Siemens training officials in Muelheim, Germany. In Summer 2000, a program with four German apprentices coming to the U.S. and four U.S. interns working and studying in Germany was very successful. The initial UCF students continued part-time work at Siemens during their senior year and were offered full-time employment upon graduation. Not only did the German students complete their work, but some of them returned for employment in the U.S. Siemens, as a multinational enterprise, is preparing technologists and engineers to understand product design and manufacturing for integrated systems in international markets. Students will benefit from an understanding of the systems, standards, and cultures involved. The internship model being developed uses the best from the German and U.S. systems and merits further study and implementation.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Innovations and Applied Research in Mechanical Engineering Technology Division Publication (MET)
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Rogers, Hugh K., "Student Exchange Program With Siemens-Westinghouse" (2001). Scopus Export 2000s. 44.