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Motorvehice University of Emilia-Romagna - MUNER
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Have you ever dreamt about the possibility to have a university degree focused in luxury cars and motorcycle engineering?
The dream of every child to be able to work in one of the most advanced, and always up-to-date, sector, now it has become a reality.
There are two brand new master's degree programs in Advanced Automotive Engineering and Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering offered by the Motorvehicle University of Emilia- Romagna (MUNER - Universitá di Bologna, Universitá di Ferrara, Universitá di Modena&Reggio Emilia, Universitá di Parma) which will embrace the most talented and motivated students from all over the world.
When someone talks about Ferrari, Ducati, Lamborghini, it's impossible not to hear the pitch of the sound of the engines, to picture the marvellous, and one of a kind, design, to think of their fame, and prestigious, built during the years: all of that is possible thanks to the team, working behind the curtains, which take care to every little details in order to build a perfect final product.
MUNER gives the opportunity to every students around the world to be able to specialize in the automotive world in order to be part of those team which carry on the quality of Made in Italy.
Emilia-Romagna is well known for its excellence in cars and motorcycles, being the mother region of Automobili Lamborghini, Ferrari, Ducati, Dallara, Maserati and Toro Rosso and, from now on, the region will combine its most famous, and oldest in the western world, University and the passion for innovation in two- and four-wheeled vehicles.
The Motorvehicle University of Emilia-Romagna association includes the universities that are synonymous with advanced training and the automakers that represent the excellence of Made in Italy in the world and are historically rooted in this territory.
It will be one of a kind, mixing frontal classes and laboratories in those companies where the excellence of Made in Italy was born.
"Four universities, among the oldest in the world, and eight global leading automakers united to attract motivated and talented youth. This is a one-of-a-kind project in the national and international landscape; it confirms Emilia-Romagna not just as the European center of the new manufacturing, which is being reshaped globally through the cooperation between science, research and production, but also as a platform for advanced training with great added value" Those are the words of Stefano Bonacci, President of the Emilia-Romagna Region.
"The land of motors, with its extraordinary vocation to combine industrial design, perfection in handicraft products and the frontier of technological innovation, has decided to build a system. Working together is the answer to the complexity of globalization and the challenges it poses, especially for local territories; these may play a role in the new evironment if they manage to become hubs of those innovations, also related to the training of human capital, that feed the integration of economies. And the network approach - the choice we made as regional administration with the Patto per il Lavoro, the employment agreement we undersigned with companies, unions, universities, and associations with the main goal of fostering development and creating jobs - is proving to be a winning one, with Emilia-Romagna ranking as the highest-growing region in Italy, at the level of Europe's most advanced areas. An important project for the region, then, but also for the country, which must know how to leverage the value of its examples of excellence and create a network among them to overcome division and start to grow compete jointly again."
Through universities and automakers, the Moter Vehicle University of Emilia-Romagna hub aims at attracting to the region the best university students from all over the world with the goal of training and introducing into the corporate world tomorrow's engineers, the professionals who will design street and competition vehicles, sustainable propulsion systems and subsystems for smart features, and production plants in keeping with Smart Manufacturing.
And now, take a look on how the two master degree programs will be structured. International and inter-unviersity programs, taught entirely in English, starting from the next academic year, 2017/2018: Advanced Automotive Engineering and Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering.
A maximum of 150 students will be admitted to the master's degree programs each year: 120 for Advanced Engineering and 30 for Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering. They will be selected after a careful evaluation of their achievements and a technical and motivational interview. Besides, the possession of adequate English language skills (B2) will be verified.
The teaching, which will be fully imparted in English, will include both a theoretical part and laboratory activities carried out in the universities and in the company labs of corporate partners (Lamborghini, Ducati, Ferrari, ...), so that students may develop high-level professional skills, in the spirit of the "learning by doing" approach. The mandatory internships will take place at the manufacturing partners's facilities, while the dissertation activities, based on the "project work" format, will be carried out both inside academic and corporate research labs.
If you don't want to miss the chance to be part of this new adventure, and if you want to pursuing your dream in one of the best University in the world, visit the website www.motorvehicleuniversity.com
Thanks to Motorvehicle University of Emilia-Romagna and UniboMagazine
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