France Alumni Day: 3 questions to Rosa Angélica CARDENAS SIERRA, ISAE-SUPAERO alumni 2018 of the Master in Aerospace Engineering

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Alumni Day France : Rosa Angélica CARDENAS SIERRA, alumni ISAE-SUPAERO 2018
  • Name: Rosa Angélica CARDENAS SIERRA
  • Background:  Aeronautics / Aerospace
  • Nationality: Mexican
  • Country of Residence : France
  • Job: R&T MFT Leader, Airbus Operations SAS
  • Industry: Aeronautics
  • Studies at ISAE-SUPAERO: Master in Aerospace Engineering
  • Graduation Year: 2018

Can you tell us about your background?

I’m Mexican and very curious by nature!

I am an aeronautical engineer with a degree from the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico. I continued my academic training with a Master in Aerospace Engineering at ISAE SUPAERO in France.

My professional career started in 2018 at Airbus Commercial within the Pylon Engineering team where I contributed to different activities for four years: Research & Technology (R&T), In-Service support, A321-XLR certification. In the summer of 2022, I moved over to Purchasing as R&T MFT Leader to coordinate R&T activities in the Aerostructures Fuselage perimeter. It’s a cross-functional role with the opportunity to contribute to the development of new technologies and the industrial system of tomorrow.

Why did you decide to pursue an international career?

My desire to discover and experience new things has always guided my decisions. What’s more, as I’m passionate about aviation, I’ve always wanted to work in the world aeronautical capital, which is Toulouse.

A profile with academic or professional experience abroad is more attractive to international companies. This is the case at Airbus, where multiculturalism is part of everyday life. An industry in contact with customers, suppliers, and employees of different origins, requires profiles capable of adapting to diversity and varied working methods.

For these reasons, and many others, such as acquiring new language skills and soft-skills, I decided to internationalize my career.

What advice would you give to someone looking for an international career?

An academic or professional experience abroad is a great advantage on a CV, but above all, it’s a personal enrichment. So pack your suitcase and get your dreams off the ground!

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