Engineering Students: Get ANSYS Training to Help Land Your Dream Job
For decades, SimuTech Group and ANSYS have been strong advocates of engineering colleges and universities throughout North America. In fact, SimuTech proudly supports over 200 engineering programs.
Sometimes, this support goes well beyond providing ANSYS software. For example, SimuTech Group and École de technologie supérieure in Montreal, Quebec have partnered on an experimental validation of the distortion prediction capability of ANSYS Additive Print. The project, co-led by SimuTech FEA Consulting Engineer Charles Simoneau, was featured at various events in 2019: CASI AERO 2019 Conference, NSERC HI-AM Conference 2019, NAFEMS World Congress 2019 and Additive Manufacturing Conference and Expo 2019.
Also, our VP of Engineering Services, Butch Vision, has mentored engineering students involved with the UWashington Formula Motorsports (FSAE) team at the University of Washington in Seattle as detailed in our press release. “I feel that it’s important to help students as much as I can, given how important engineering is and how beneficial real-life engineering problem-solving skills are,” said Vision.
Finally, many of our technical workshops and seminars are hosted at universities, which allows students to attend and meet not only SimuTech engineers but working engineers from various industries.
We get dozens of inquiries from engineering students around the world who want to learn ANSYS software or receive technical assistance. While we enjoy helping students, the best way for students to find free ANSYS software, technical support, and training is through the ANSYS Student Community and Cornell University’s MOOC: A Hands-on Introduction to Engineering Simulations. Links to these resources can be found on our ANSYS Student webpage.
Also of interest to engineering students is a recent blog post from ANSYS that explains how to receive ANSYS training and experience in college even if a university does not include ANSYS as part of the curriculum.
Having a working knowledge of ANSYS software before graduation is an extremely valuable skill that help engineering students land their dream job.