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Benjamin Perschk

Benjamin joined the graduate programme in 2015, and is currently working with IMI Hydronic Engineering in Germany.

“This is a challenging and fascinating work environment. As an engineer in the Research and Development department, I’m involved in technical analysis of current products and designing innovative new customer products. In practice, what this entails is exciting and varied – from design in a CAD environment to product testing, to presenting results to management and customers.

“Because I’m given lots of responsibility and I’m part of a challenging team, I have ample opportunity to develop my strengths and address weaknesses. I get involved in the entire development process, from a project’s conception through to the testing facility onto design before holding the final product in my hands. My work really matters. And most rewarding of all, I can see my ideas and designs playing a vital role in success of the company.”