Read About the Need to Rethink Engineering Curricula to Meet Industry Demand
The skills gap is real — and industry is hoping academia will close it.
From telecommunications to healthcare, companies are struggling to find engineering graduates who know simulation. To avoid any loss of productivity, they need their new hires to add value on Day One.
In this paper, you will learn how an FIU professor seamlessly wove ANSYS simulation into his electromagnetics curricula — to the great benefit of his students and his university’s engineering program. You’ll also get the industry perspective on the value of graduating engineers with ANSYS software training.
Hear how ANSYS simulation skills helped a recent graduate easily enter the highly competitive engineering job market.
Learn why incorporating ANSYS simulation into your curriculum is critical for your students’ future success.
Listen to the CTO explain why Relativity hires graduates with ANSYS simulation experience.
“When I see HFSS on a resume, it immediately gets my attention,” says Reid. “New employees who come in with some familiarity with the software often come up to speed and contribute more quickly. Time to productivity is key in our industry where speed and on-time delivery is everything.”