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Seeds for the Future

In partnership with the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN), Huawei is giving more students the opportunity to embark on a unique learning experience at Huawei’s Global Research & Development centres in Shenzhen, following a recent announcement of federal funding under the New Colombo Mobility Plan.

In partnership with the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN), Huawei is giving more students the opportunity to embark on a unique learning experience at Huawei’s Global Research & Development centres in Shenzhen, following a recent announcement of federal funding under the New Colombo Mobility Plan.   

The New Colombo Plan offers significant support in delivering an enhanced Seeds for the Future program, Huawei’s global initiative which offers undergraduate students the opportunity to travel to Huawei’s HQ in Shenzhen where they get a unique insight in the latest emerging technology and products, visit Huawei’s Exhibition Centre, R&D labs and Logistics Centre, experience life on campus and learn about Chinese culture. Delivering a practical course structure is not always possible through the traditional university environment. Huawei Seeds for the Future introduces students to our state - of - the – art technology and innovation processes and aims to bridge the gap between industry and academia.  

“Seeds for the Future helps develop talent not only in Australia but globally and encourages participation in the international ICT community,” said Ms Chen Lifang, Huawei’s Director and President of the Public Affairs and Communications Department.  

“Huawei Australia’s Seeds for the Future Plan will now be expanded to include students from a broad range of disciplines including business, commerce, and design.”