Women In Transport: The group of students for the 2024 edition has been selected.

We are pleased to announce the successful completion of the selection process for the third edition of Women In Transport, MUNER’s summer school for women with a strong STEM background, a passion for the automotive industry, and a relevant academic curriculum.

This year we were honored to receive seventy applications from talented students across Europe, South America, the United Kingdom and Africa. The overwhelming response and exceptional quality of the applications made the selection process highly competitive and challenging.

After careful consideration, we have selected twenty outstanding young women to join us for an immersive and transformative experience from July 1-12, 2024. These brilliant students, with their diverse backgrounds and unwavering enthusiasm for the automotive world, will undoubtedly contribute to the vibrant and dynamic atmosphere of the Summer School.

The Women In Transport Summer School aims to inspire and empower the next generation of female leaders in the transport and automotive sectors. Through a series of engaging lectures, workshops, hands-on projects and networking opportunities, participants will gain invaluable insights and skills to advance their careers.

We eagerly await the arrival of our twenty new participants and look forward to the incredible things they will accomplish during their time with us. Stay tuned for updates and stories from their journey as we continue to inspire the future of transportation together.

Key Highlights:

  • 70 applications: Received from Europe, South America, the United Kingdom, and Africa.
  • 20 participants selected: Exceptional young women with strong STEM backgrounds.
  • Program Dates: July 1-12, 2024.
  • Objective: To empower and inspire future female leaders in the automotive and transportation industries.

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