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Manufacturing Education

Manufacturing education is the systematic instruction of the science and methods involved in the industrial design and fabrication of finished goods. Modern-day manufacturing education programs leverage software and services to teach students about every aspect of manufacturing including systems engineering, enabling technology, industrial design processes, digital toolsets, and more.

Manufacturing Education

Manufacturing Education offers a variety of tools, training opportunities, in-kind grants, and other resources to empower the next generation of manufacturing talent.

What qualifications do you need to be a manufacturing engineer?

By using state-of-the-art software solutions, today's manufacturing education programs give students a distinct advantage in preparation for highly competitive manufacturing jobs that demand experience with the latest technology and methodologies. Undergraduate and graduate students can train with the software to acquire skills in simulation, robotics, facilities planning, and product data management. Secondary students may engage in hands-on activities that build their familiarity with manufacturing and encourage them to consider careers in related fields such as science, engineering, and mathematics.

Manufacturing Education

Academic Partner Program

Academic Partner Program

Empowering the next generation of engineers for the digital experience with free resources for Students, Educators and Customers.