Registration is now open to European students for the international and inter-university Master’s degree courses dedicated to six professional profiles: Advanced Powertrain, Advanced Motorcycle Engineering, Advanced Sportscar Manufacturing, High-Performance Car Design, Racing Car Design e Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering.
The calls for entry have now officially been released for the enrollment of Italian and EU students in the international and inter-university Master’s degree courses promoted by the Motorvehicle University of Emilia-Romagna (MUNER), which are dedicated to six areas of specialization: Advanced Powertrain, Advanced Motorcycle Engineering, Advanced Sportscar Manufacturing, High Performance Car Design, Racing Car Design and Advanced Automotive Electronic Engineering.
University students from all over Europe have until July 28 to complete their applications for admission to the degree programs and access the later stages of the selection process, which, in accordance with the methods described in the two calls, will designate 150 talents from all over the world for the creation of the first classes of the Motorvehicle University of Emilia-Romagna.
The association was strongly endorsed by the regional administration of Emilia-Romagna and is made up of four universities in the region – the University of Bologna, the University of Ferrara, the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, the University of Parma – and of the motor companies, Maserati included, that represent the world’s top Italian automotive products, whose history is deeply rooted in the territory.
“Through the Motorvehicle University of Emilia-Romagna, companies, universities, and institution have united to form a unique territorial system to create and bolster innovation in the automotive industry,” said Andrea Pontremoli, the new President of MUNER. “Our goal is to attract the world’s best students with the best training programs. The courses of the six professional profiles with being held by the best teachers of the four universities, by visiting professors and by professionals from the various companies. In addition, the companies will provide locations and state-of-the-art labs and equipment such as engine test benches, static and dynamic benches, professional driving simulators and wind tunnels to provide students with training that is in step with the industry’s technological innovation.”
Students can register online through two portals:
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