INDRA FUTURE MINDS COMPETITION PROJECT PRESENTATION. Indra. WHO ARE WE?.
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Indra is a global company of consulting,technology,innovation, and talent, leader in high value-added solutions and services for the Transport and Traffic, Energy and Industry, Public Administration and Healthcare, Finance, Insurance, Security and Defence, and Telecom and Media sectors.
It is ranked as the second European company in its sector according to investment in R&D with nearly € 500 M during the last three years
Universities from Europe, America, Asia and Oceania participate.
The contestants have to resolve challenges based on real Indra projects.
The solution of the enigma has to be based on our values: Rigor, sensitivity, determination and originality.
Prize: Indra’s hiring commitment of the winning team, in one of the subsidiaries involved in the contest, chosen by the students (keeping in mind migration restrictions).
Language of the contest: The primary language of the competition is English, although the project can be submitted in Spanish, English or Portuguese.
University of the Philippines Diliman (The Philippines).
Yildiz Technical University (Turkey).
250 mentions in the press
More than 125,000 votes cast
Prizefor the teams that pass the virtual stage
All the participants who reach the onsite stage (12) will receive an Apple iPad.
Travel, lodging and meal expenses during the final stage will be paid by Indra.
Prize for the winning team
The award for the members of the winning team will consist of an Indra job offer in the country selected by each student, from the offices participating in the contest, once the students have completed their degrees. Indra will cover the initial transfer expenses (shipping, insurance, visas and a €600 monthly stipend during the first twelve months) as well as two plane tickets at the six-month and twelve-month milestones of their hire date).
There could be possible migration restrictions and/or the need to have certain knowledge of the local language. If those requirements prevent the hiring in the chosen country, there will be a hiring commitment in the home country.
Final year university students enrolled in the academic year 2013/2014.
Teams of 3 participants + 1 reserve. One of them will be the team captain.
1 team per university.Who can participate?
The university selects the students that meet the profile to defined participate.
Universities provide each participating office with the CVs of the students from their country.
Indra selects, by a selection recruitment process, from each university 4 students (3+1 reserve).
The university will notify those students and Indra will then contact them.
The contestStages of the competition
Indra defines the groups that will participate in the virtual stage: 1 Country university team 1 + 1 Country university team 2
Students must submit:
Presentation of the project: PowerPoint presentation with a maximum of 20 slides, prezi, a 2-3 minute video (they can use one support or various)…
Final result: 2 groups (4 teams) will pas to the on-site stage.
The contestStages of the competition
Knowing different projects that are carried out in an organization on the characteristics of Indra.
Knowing a complete project, not just the tasks that they will assume at the moment of becoming part of a company.
Increasing knowledge about the company.
In addition, the contest allows them to develop the necessary skills for a successful incorporation into the professional world.
Skills related to virtual work.
Ability to acquire an overview of the projects..
The contestMost valued aspects of the contest by students