Airwallex Joined Hands With the University of Melbourne to Empower Australia’s Future Tech Leaders

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Airwallex, a global financial technology company, has partnered with the University of Melbourne to support the next generation of tech leaders in Australia.

The partnership will see Airwallex provide mentorship, internships and job opportunities to University of Melbourne students and support the university’s initiatives to promote STEM education.

Jack Zhang, co-founder and CEO of Airwallex, said, “Since our inception, Airwallex has strived to create opportunities for exponential career growth and development. Our partnership with the University of Melbourne marks a significant step-change in our contribution to building the tech leaders of tomorrow. It’s an honour and a privilege to be in a position to give back to the community that’s been a part of the Airwallex story from day one.”

“We understand deeply the tech talent challenges facing businesses today. This partnership aims to grow the local talent pool and, ultimately, strengthen Australia’s tech and startup ecosystem by providing students with opportunities and support from inside the sector. I look forward to seeing the next generation of Australian tech leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators benefit from this partnership and make their mark in the world.”

The University of Melbourne is one of Australia’s leading universities and is home to the Melbourne School of Engineering, ranked among the top 50 engineering schools worldwide.

Airwallex is a global financial technology company that enables businesses to send and receive cross-border payments quickly and easily. Founded in 2015 by Jack Zhang and Lucy Liu, Airwallex has offices in Melbourne, Hong Kong, Shanghai, San Francisco and Tokyo.

“This partnership with Airwallex will provide our students with unique insights into the world of fintech and the opportunity to learn from some of the best minds in the industry,” said Professor Mark Cassidy, Dean of the Melbourne School of Engineering.

“We are pleased to partner with a company that shares our commitment to developing Australia’s future tech leaders.”

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