It was a good placement, with real work to do and supportive colleagues. I just found that it wasn't the job to suit my personality.
I loved everything about my placement; the job itself, my team and the location.
It was a different but valueable placement year which taught me alot about working in an engineering environment. From the start it was a challenge and enjoyed the responsibilty given to me to stretch myself and enjoy both working on my own and in a small...
It was a great experience but overall I feel I could have learnt more and been given more responsibility.
It was an excellent internship, the work was challenging and very enjoyable.
When I look back over the year the opportunities I was given were amazing, however, I do remember quite often feeling bored and feel I could have learned more.
At times work dried up and it was a little boring. Sometimes they restricted my responsibility on projects but that was understandable as we're talking mega-bucks here. However, when work was slow, there was so much to learn and so many resources on site ...
This job wss sometimes extremely busy and very quiet at other times and required me to be very proactive with managing my workload. it has a wide range of experiences and you have the opportunity to get involved with whatever you find interesting really
Since Airbus and EADS (Parent company) are large multinational companies, woking here exposes you to more than engineering issues. It helps you understand cultural and organisatinal structural differences. Which prepares you for future careers.
Working for a multinational company exposes you not only to engineering problems but those regarding cultural and work environment issues. It prepares you very well for future career development.
Almost all aspects of the job were enjoyable. There was no task which I found to be particularly unenjoyable.