Academic Cooperation

Academic Cooperation

Academic cooperation promotes the mutual transfer of knowledge and thus makes a decisive contribution to the innovative strength of Audi. Audi also cooperates with scientific institutions to attract young talent as well as to realize corporate responsibility.

Do you have any questions concerning Academic Cooperation within Audi? Please contact us via wissenschaftskooperationen@audi.de.

Forms of cooperation

The forms of cooperation vary: In joint research projects, scientists work on future topics relevant to Audi.  In the "Wissenschaft im Dialog" lecture series, renowned scientists present their research to the public. Audi also supports employees who are involved in teaching at universities and thus give students an insight into industrial practice. Audi also supports research and teaching at universities through the foundation of professorships.

Academia as a Partner

We see universities as a special partner in securing Audi's future. We are therefore actively involved in various initiatives for transparent, fair and honest cooperation between industry and academia. One example of this is the paper dealing with industry-sponsored doctorial projects.

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