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  • #3 in R&D and manufacturing
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Airbus Graduate Stories

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I spent my time off working in various coffee shops and going on ski holidays until I finally rediscovered my passion for aviation and returned to uni.

Anthony Rothnagel

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I spent my time off working in various coffee shops and going on ski holidays until I finally rediscovered my passion for aviation and returned to uni.

Anthony Rothnagel

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You can't just bolt anything to a plane.  As an Aerospace engineer, you need to ensure that what you design conforms to the relevant regulations and safety standards.

Chris Bullock

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You can't just bolt anything to a plane.  As an Aerospace engineer, you need to ensure that what you design conforms to the relevant regulations and safety standards.

Chris Bullock

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Critical thinking, problem-solving and having an open-minded approach to problems will certainly help build on the technical knowledge in a work environment.

Priyank Menezes

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Critical thinking, problem-solving and having an open-minded approach to problems will certainly help build on the technical knowledge in a work environment.

Priyank Menezes

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Sometimes in life we have to make very difficult decisions in order to get to where we are; don’t simply give up; there are lot of opportunities out there.

Samuel Nen John-Phaltang

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Sometimes in life we have to make very difficult decisions in order to get to where we are; don’t simply give up; there are lot of opportunities out there.

Samuel Nen John-Phaltang

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It is always a good feeling knowing that your work is contributing to a significant development, and having a sense of achievement when you see the progress.

Zummie Sia

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It is always a good feeling knowing that your work is contributing to a significant development, and having a sense of achievement when you see the progress.

Zummie Sia

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I enjoy the analytical and problem-solving aspects of the job. Drawing up the designs, running the models and crunching the numbers.

Matthew Davidson

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I enjoy the analytical and problem-solving aspects of the job. Drawing up the designs, running the models and crunching the numbers.

Matthew Davidson

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As a structures engineer at Airbus I am a part of the in-service engineering team for the ARH Tiger an Australian Army Helicopter.

Alexander Janssen

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As a structures engineer at Airbus I am a part of the in-service engineering team for the ARH Tiger an Australian Army Helicopter.

Alexander Janssen

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I thought about being a pilot, or an air traffic controller, but it was the ever-changing nature and challenges of the engineering profession that drew me in.

Alex Le Fevre

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I thought about being a pilot, or an air traffic controller, but it was the ever-changing nature and challenges of the engineering profession that drew me in.

Alex Le Fevre

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I am currently part of the Aircraft Structural Integrity cell, responsible for ensuring deterioration of the airframe is sufficiently managed.

Tim Levitt

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I am currently part of the Aircraft Structural Integrity cell, responsible for ensuring deterioration of the airframe is sufficiently managed.

Tim Levitt

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