Student Participation & Opportunity
DO YOU WANT TO WORK IN FORMULA 1?
Take advantage of a huge student discount and join the annual RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium in London this December which is the only event of it's kind where extremely senior international motorsport engineers get together to discuss the future of motorsport providing the perfect platform for the students to impress their future employers and make a significant impression amongst an extremely elite crowd. With the Chatham House rule in place, it also give students the rare opportunity to gain insight into motorsport behind the scenes, be the first to hear new ideas and decisions before they are formally announced and also be privy to extremely confidential information.
Chairmen Ulrich Baretzky and John Iley, along with their peers, are always extremely keen for more student involvement and participation during the two days providing a fantastic opportunity for universities and educational organisations wishing to promote their students and courses. Following the success of impromptu students participation on the VIP panel last year, some students may also be given the opportunity to sit on the panel alongside key industry figures for a full session, providing them the chance of a life time.
The break out sessions throughout the day will also allow the students to network with all those that attend.
Become a partner of the World Motorsport Symposium and align your university with the ‘Davos of Motorsport Engineering & Technology’ with branding opportunities in pre-event marketing campaign, on-site signage and post-event report (includes high value items such as website, show-guide and conference screen) as well as in RACE TECH magazine, available in over 50 countries.
Provide the students direct access to some of the biggest names and decision makers in motorsport for both educational and vocational opportunities whilst promoting the university and its courses.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Head of Aerodynamics, Formula One Management
“It’s rare to have an opportunity to openly discuss important matters affecting the future of our sport, from club racing to F1. The mix of industry experts and the next generation of engineers and designers brought a healthy balance to the debates. A very informative and thought-provoking event."
Formula Student Racing Team,
Oxford Brookes University
"WMS was a unique forum for academic staff and students not only to hear about the future of motorsport but also network with decision makers and we felt privileged to be part of it!."