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Take part in the Boeing Business Case Competition

Published: 3 March 2017

Take part in an exciting competition run by Boeing and the University of Southampton Business School on 14th March 2017 and work alongside Boeing managers to solve a real business problem.


• Include an excellent achievement in your CV!

• Receive a £50 Amazon voucher!

• An opportunity to win one of the available prizes: £500 (team prize) and £100!

• An opportunity to network with Boeing Managers from a range of academic backgrounds

How to register:

Send your CV and a short Cover Letter to quoting “Boeing Competition” in the subject line to express an interest before Friday 10th March. Places are limited.

This is your opportunity to work alongside the following Boeing staff:

Elliot May – Physics graduate from Cardiff University (2013) now working as a systems engineer specialising in Safety, Security and Training.

Sham Musthapha – Engineering graduate from Cambridge University now working as a Systems Engineering Manager in Business Development, Aircraft Support, Training and Information Systems. 

Mollie Valvona – Business and Management graduate from the University of West of England (2015) working in project management and responsible for the integrated master schedule for contract worth in excess of £800m.

James McInnes – Accounting and Finance graduate from the University of West of England (2007) now working as the Financial Operations Manager supporting Information Services and Training and Government Services Business Units.

Marie Perry – BEng Manufacturing Systems Engineering at the University of the West of England / MSc in Engineering Business Management from Warwick University. Now working in business development for a broad portfolio of projects covering Land Systems, IT, Unmanned ground and air systems, Aircraft and Ground Based Air Defence Systems. 

Jon Snell – Mechanical Engineering at Queen Mary College. Jon’s initial professional roles in systems engineering have led him into systems design & development and subsequently into his current role to integrate systems engineering best practice into broader programmes of work.

Jennifer Dell – MBA in Supply Chain Management from Arizona State University now working in a varied of supply chain management roles.

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