Do you long for a week full of awesome excursions, cultural activities, Schnitzel, Bratwurst, Kartoffelsalat and, above all, a lot of fun? Then Waldur has the solution for that!
Currently, Waldur is organizing an awesome study trip to Hannover, Germany. During this trip, we will mainly focus on the German automotive industry. The trip will take place from Tuesday the 9th of February until Sunday the 14th of February 2016. Since it is very likely that most of the participants will celebrate ‘carnaval’ on the day before we leave, our trip will start with a Hanngover breakfast! During the rest of the day we will travel to Hannover. On Wednesday we will visit Lenze; a manufacturer of gearboxes, electro motors, controls, inverters and even full automation systems. The day after we will go to Hildesheim to check out a large automotive production and R&D location of Bosch. On Friday we will go Hannover to visit WABCO; a global leader in commercial vehicle breaking, stability, suspension and transmission control systems that improve vehicle safety and operating costs. Impressive video footage of the WABCO control systems can be found on YouTube. In the weekend, the study association of Electrical Engineering of the University of Hannover will give us a medieval tour through Hannover, accompanied with a wagon full of beers. In the evening we will have a concluding dinner together and have some time to explore the German nightlife! On Sunday, we will travel back to Eindhoven.
The committee organizing this trip is still working hard to confirm the planned excursions and therefore the presented program is still a preliminary program. The costs of this trip will be €150,- + €50,- financial buffer.
The regular registration is closed, but we still have some spots left for extra participants. If you are interested in joining us on this study trip, please register as soon as possible, since we now work with the first-come-first-served principal. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com!
Registrations are closed for this event.