SIEMENS Grants Scholarships for Technology Studies in Coahuila

SIEMENS, a global technology company, is committed to investing in the education and development of young people in the Southeast Region of Coahuila. In an effort to support the growth of the region and its economy, the company plans to grant scholarships worth more than 2.5 million dollars to 800 young people. The scholarships will provide financial support for students to pursue careers in new-generation technologies, computer programming, artificial intelligence, and robotics, with a focus on the demands of the Industry 4.0 cluster in the region.

The scholarships will be offered through various universities in the region, including the Autonomous University of Coahuila, the Technological Institute of Saltillo, the Ramos Arizpe Polytechnic University, the Carolina University, and the Tec de Monterrey. The program will also include training for the teachers themselves in order to ensure that they are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to educate the next generation of technological leaders.

The scholarship program is aimed at helping students to specialize in the latest technological trends and manufacturing digitization, infrastructure, and technological efficiency. This will help the students to respond to the most pressing problems of these years, such as the interruption of the supply chain, the personalization of products and services, the reduction of time to market, and the lack of competition in the labor market. By providing students with the necessary education and training, SIEMENS aims to help them excel in their careers and contribute to the growth of the region’s economy.

Furthermore, SIEMENS also expects to benefit from this program by having a pool of skilled and well-trained professionals who can work with the company and implement the latest technology and processes, maximizing resources and promoting sustainable innovation. With this initiative, the company also aims to reaffirm Mexico’s position as an industry leader in Latin America by promoting homogeneous industrial growth and developing new business models.

The program will be officially presented during the “Innovation 4.0 Saltillo” event, which will take place on February 15 and 16 at the Arteaga Campus of the UAdeC, and will include an exhibition of electric cars from Alfa Romeo, and General Motors and companies will set up stands to show new generation technology, automation, and digitization of processes and program development.