Late last year, in December 2019, a specially selected set of students from top Australian universities became the seventh set to complete Huawei's Seeds for the Future program, learning about China, Huawei and more.
Twenty-nine Australian university students have graduated from Huawei's three-week Chinese cultural, business and IT experience program, Seeds for the Future, the biggest group of Aussies yet.
Huawei Australia has announced it has selected 29 undergraduate STEM (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) students to take part in its Seeds for the Future program, a unique business and cultural experience program.
24 Australian students have just completed Huawei's most prominent global CSR program, Seeds for the Future, which immerses qualifying undergraduates in an impressive three week work and cultural experience program.
Huawei's flagship global corporate social responsibility programme is called "Seeds for the Future". It takes top students to China for a three-week work experience programme, and the 2017 list has been announced.
Billed as a "big win for top Australian ICT students", the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN), Huawei and students are reaping rich rewards including federal funding under the New Colombo Plan Mobility Programme.
Global Chinese ICT giant Huawei does much more than create telco equipment, enterprise networks, smart devices, IoT and clouds: it plants seeds for the future worldwide.
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