By Dilip Kuner • 12 January 2020 • 12:29
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UK luxury car manufacturer Bentley is looking for talent at the University of Malaga on Spain’s Costa del Sol.
It will select students of design, engineering, economics, marketing, ADE, and public relations on January 16 in Malaga
The question ‘Do you want to be part of Bentley Motors’ has been launched on social networks as the company looks for talent in Malaga. This is expressly stated in the photo that accompanies the tweet published by the luxury car company in its official account.
In social media messages it says: “We are looking for university and vocational training students in design, engineering, economics, marketing, ADE, and public relations.”
For those who wish to attend, Malaga university’s School of Industrial Engineering has uploaded a form on its website that must be filled out by those interested. It asks for some basic data of the applicant including name, surname, ID, email and the degree being studied.
However, Bentley Motors has not specified the number of people they plan to select at the UMA. The luxury car company is constantly looking for new talent to join its team. Among the most demanded professionals by the company are engineers, technicians, marketing, finance, communication, commercial and logistics personnel among others.
Bentley is a luxury car factory founded in England on January 18, 1919 by Walter Owen Bentley. At the beginning it manufactured aeronautical rotation pistols during the First World War, however, under the Great Depression of 1929 it went bankrupt and was later acquired by the Rolls-Royce company. Since 1998 it has belonged to the Volkswagen Group.
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