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UMB Students' Visit to Huawei Slovakia and IT Museum


On Nov. 24, a group of 30 UMB students visited HUAWEI Slovakia in Bratislava. Here, Huawei PR Manager Madame Mariana Trstikova and her colleague Mr. Matúš Kapusta introduced to the students Huawei company, some of their major products and solution focus, and the talent platforms, such as, Huawei ICT Academy, Seeds for the Future, European Leadership Academy, and Career Platform.

Seeds for the Future is a flagship corporate CSR program of Huawei to nurture top talents and to inspire next generation of leaders through technology innovation and cross-cultural exchanges. It aims to develop skilled, local ICT talent and bridge communication between countries and cultures. Every year, Huawei brings together young global talents from top universities to a free-of-charge, mind-blowing and life-changing exchange program in China.

Huawei ICT Academy is a partnership between Huawei and Academies around the world. Through this partnership, the Academy delivers Huawei ICT technologies training, encourages students to get Huawei certification, and develops talents with practical skills for the ICT industry and the community.

UMB students can go to the following webpages to learn more about:
1. Seeds for the Future:
2. ICT Academy:

UMB students can join the ICT Academy by consulting Faculty of Natural Sciences directly.

After visiting Huawei Headquarters in Bratislava, the students went to visit the IT museum, where they've learned about the history and the development of computer technology in Slovakia with authentic objects and documents.

The visit to Huawei Slovakia is very "interesting" and "beautiful" - according to the feedback of the students - with the opportunity to understand the company and the IT industry.