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Aramco partners with F1 in Schools

The sponsorship is an extension of Aramco's history of investing in programs that inspire young people to pursue STEM careers.

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F1 in Schools, the premier global education challenge program, is proud to announce a long-term partnership with Aramco, the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals company.


From 2021, Aramco will be title sponsor for the annual F1 in Schools World Finals events. The finals brings together the best of F1 in Schools teams to compete for the World Champion title. The partnership announcement follows Aramco's signing a global sponsorship deal with Formula 1.


The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact globally across education at all levels. As a result, the Aramco F1 in Schools World Finals 2020, scheduled to take place in September, will now be held in Melbourne on March 12-19, to coincide with the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix.


Aramco’s title sponsorship of the F1 in Schools World Finals events is an extension of its long history of investing in engaging programs that inspire young people to follow exciting career paths in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), recognizing the ever-increasing necessity to embed such skills and foster innovation and creativity. It will introduce the company to some of the most talented STEM students from around the world and provide a platform for Aramco to share with them their innovations and ambitions for sustainability and cleaner energy.


F1 in Schools World Finals events are a celebration of outstanding STEM achievements marking the culmination of many years of work for these talented youngsters. Aramco’s support will help F1 in Schools continue to deliver inspiring events and the chance for students to compete against the best from around the world for coveted university scholarships and the Formula 1 F1 in Schools World Champions trophy.


 This partnership is another example of Aramco’s commitment to developing young people for STEM career.
Nabil Al-Nuaim, vice president of Corporate Affairs


“From building technology-based classrooms to conducting STEM summer camps, we’re focused on accelerating human potential through the next generation of young talent - equipping them with the tools they need to turn their ideas into reality. At Aramco, we strive to accelerate the ability of young people to make a difference, enabling them to deliver solutions that help their communities make the next leap forward. Through our partnership with F1 in Schools, we hope to achieve new levels of engagement by connecting with young people around the globe.”


Andrew Denford, founder and Chairman of F1 in Schools, said: “We are delighted to welcome Aramco to F1 in Schools, bringing a new title partner to our prestigious World Finals events. At this challenging time, positive news is a real boost for us and we’re excited to be partnering with a forward-thinking, innovative company to help us deliver our impressive World Finals.


“We look forward to introducing Aramco to our F1 in Schools global community at our World Finals in Melbourne."


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