Students from four of the top design schools have had the opportunity to submit 20 proposals for future Ferrari designs, with the entries being judged by a panel that includes members of the automaker's design staff. Those that are selected will get an opportunity to work for Ferrari or Pininfarina; either of these would be a hell of a first job assignment. The designs are currently on display at Galleria Ferrari in Maranello. When I was in school for engineering, the most meaningful educational experiences were chances at solving real-world problems. Let me say, though, that we definitely never had a chance to do anything like this.
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