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McLaren Automotive welcomes Bahrain graduates

Posted on 08 Jul 2024. Edited by: John Hunter. Read 501 times.
McLaren Automotive welcomes Bahrain graduatesWoking-based McLaren Automotive this week welcomed four recent graduates from the American University of Bahrain (AUBH) to its McLaren Technology Centre (MTC), as they embark on a newly-created one-year internship programme, which will see them rotate through placements in a variety of different departments of the supercar company.

Zain Alawadhi, Zainab Taher, Fares Alqutami and Imran Nasir, from AUBH were welcomed to MTC by CEO Michael Leiters and chief people and transformation officer Jim Marsh. The interns, who were chosen based on the basis of their outstanding academic track records and future potential, will undertake a year-long work experience programme, with placements in a variety of different departments of the world-renowned supercar company. Based at MTC, the graduates will be working alongside McLaren Automotive’s engineers, designers and commercial professionals and gain a unique insight into the workings of a global automotive company.

McLaren Automotive has previously welcomed students from around the globe to visit and learn from its 3,000-strong workforce. In remembrance of Bruce McLaren’s own journey from his home of New Zealand to England, in 2016 the company set up an engineering scholarship programme, allowing students from New Zealand’s University of Auckland to come and experience first-hand what goes into creating a McLaren road car.

Jim Marsh, chief people and transformation officer at McLaren Automotive, said: “We welcome Zain, Zainab, Fares, and Imran to McLaren Automotive as part of our partnership with the American University of Bahrain. Just as our founder, Bruce McLaren, travelled to England to try his hand at professional racing more than 60 years ago, we encourage young people from around the world to follow in his adventurous footsteps. I look forward to seeing the contribution our new interns can make and the fresh ideas they will bring.”

Dr Bradley J. Cook, president of the American University of Bahrain, said: “This internship programme aligns perfectly with our shared goal of developing the capabilities of Bahraini national talents and enhancing their competitiveness. We are grateful for this partnership, which provides promising opportunities for our graduates to thrive and explore international opportunities and engage in a global work environment. We wish them success and prosperity in the programme.”