Magnus Andersson’s entry into the WorldSkills competition in mechatronics was as unexpected as it was fortuitous. When a teammate withdrew at the last minute, Magnus stepped in, embracing the intense week of preparation that lay ahead. This quick pivot to the national stage not only tested his adaptability but also showcased his ability to thrive under pressure.
His training regimen was nothing short of gruelling—a near-continuous cycle of practice that demanded both physical stamina and focus. The effort was worth it, culminating in his team taking home gold, a testament to their dedication and Magnus’s ability to learn quickly.
Magnus’ interest in mechatronics is deeply rooted in his childhood, during which he would regularly take electronic devices apart to learn their secrets.
Growing up in a family where mechanical intuition was highly valued, Magnus’s inclination towards mechatronics seems almost predestined and he has big hopes for Lyon 2024.
“A personal goal of mine is to continue to improve, I’m always interested in learning new things and honing my skills.”