From October 31st to November 16th, four students of the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) will visit Huawei’s headquarters in China to train in the latest in ICT.
The Fortune 500 company says it aims to share knowledge and expertise with the next generation of ICT and telecoms students and develop the top talent in T&T to ready them for the digital transformation.
“As the students will see, there are many wonderful opportunities in the ICT and telecoms industry and Huawei hopes that, through education, we can encourage them to grasp these opportunities. We hope Telecom Seeds for the future inspires the students who participate to be the best that they can be and become a pool of skilled personnel who understand the latest technologies and make T&T more competitive in this rapidly developing information age,” the company said in a media statement.
Photos courtesy the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT).
From left – right: UTT student, Angsar Doolan; Dr. Marisha Rawlins, UTT Programme Leader for Bachelor’s ICT; UTT student, Nicholas Glasgow; UTT student, Alison Morris; Huawei Enterprise Director, Vincent Liu; UTT President, Prof Sarim Al-Zubaidy; Dr. Rodney Rambally, UTT Professor, ICT; UTT student, Varoon Doone; Huawei (T&T) Public Relations Manager, Tricia N. Henry