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Paxton confirms winners of scholarship program

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Paxton has awarded three UK STEM students with annual scholarships.

The access control technology manufacturer has named Alex Moreton and Max Lewandowski, University of Brighton and James Napp, University of Sussex, as the recipients.

This is the sixth year that Paxton has offered engineering scholarships to local university students studying STEM courses.

According to the company, successful applicants receive £10,000 towards final year university fees.

Moreover, Paxton offers a three-month paid work placement in its Development department.

Scholarship program recognises “next generation”

“The scholarship program demonstrates to local students the career opportunities available down the road,” commented Steve Taylor, Chief Technical Officer, Paxton.

“By working alongside professional engineers and developers, they can gain significant experience working on real world projects and add genuine value as well as experience first-hand what it is like to work in a technology company.

“As a Brighton-based technology manufacturer, we work in partnership with local universities to develop the potential of the next generation of engineering talent.

“The scholarship program is one of the initiatives that achieves this.”

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