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Corso di Laurea Magistrale Interateneo in "Advanced Automotive Engineering"

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Dall' a.a. 2017/18 è attivo il nuovo corso di Laurea Magistrale Interateneo in "Advanced Automotive Engineering"  (Classe LM-33 - Ingegneria meccanica) nato dalla collaborazione fra le Università di Bologna, Modena e Reggio Emilia, Parma, Ferrara e le maggiori aziende automobilistiche  e motoristiche italiane. Il corso è svolto interamente in lingua inglese. Le lezioni del primo periodo del primo anno si svolgono presso l'Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia (sede amministrativa) al cui sito web si prega di riferirsi per maggiori dettagli. A partire dal secondo periodo del primo anno il corso si articola in sei curricula attivati presso le varie sedi interateneo. Presso l'università di Parma si svolgerà il secondo anno del curriculum "Racing Car Design".   Il corso è a numero programmato: per l'a.a. 2017/18 sono previsti n. 108 posti (18 per ogni curriculum). I periodi di iscrizione alle prove di selezione sono: dal 24/5 al  28/7/2017 per i cittadini italiani, comunitari e gli stranieri regolarmente soggiornanti.

Il bando per l'ammissione si trova alle pagine seguenti:

Second Cycle Degree in "Advanced Automotive Engineering"

Course presentation

The Master Degree in “Advanced Automotive Engineering” fits within a collaboration between the four major Universities in Emilia-Romagna and the main Companies involved in the design and manufacturing of automobiles and motorbikes in the premium and racing sector: Automobili Lamborghini S.p.a, Dallara Automobili S.p.a, Ducati Motor Holding Spa, FCA Group - Maserati e Alfa Romeo, Ferrari Spa, Haas F1 Team, Magneti Marelli S.p.a, Scuderia Toro Rosso S.p.a

The course aims to provide knowledge and skills related to the design of motor vehicles and motorcycles, high-performance and racing.
The main features of the Master program are:

• Professors are selected by an Interuniversity Coordination Committee open to the involved Companies among academics and professionals, Italian and foreign, with recognized experience in the field, to maximize educational quality.
• Students, maximum 120 per year, are admitted to the master after a careful evaluation of their previous academic performance and motivation.
• Students are assigned, based on their ranking, and on the preferences they have expressed, to one of the six curriculum offered in the Master.
• The first semester is common for all the students, and it is offered at the Engineering Department “Enzo Ferrari” in Modena, to provide common and solid engineering basis. • Starting with the second semester, students are divided into six curricula (max. 25 seats each):

✓Advanced Powertrain –Bologna (offered in Bologna)

✓Advanced Motorcycle Engineering (offered in Bologna)

✓Advanced Sportcar Manufacturing (offered in i Bologna)

✓Advanced Powertrain- Modena (offered in Modena)

✓High Performance Car Design (offered in Modena)

✓Racing Car Design (second semester offered in Modena, and second year in Parma)

• All courses are offered in English, many with a laboratory part to be taken at one of the involved Universities, or at the facilities of the partner Companies, with a “Learning-by-Doing” logic.
• Internships for Master Thesis or activities in “Project Working” mode, taking place within the most important industrial companies in the automotive sector, or in University labs.

Admission requirements
To be admitted to the master one needs:

• To have a First-level Italian degree, as defined either in DM 509/1999, or in DM 270/2004, or alternatively a Degree in any of the pre-existing “Ordinamenti”, or an equivalent Degree obtained abroad.
• To possess a proficiency in the English language that allows fluently reading a scientific text, and understanding and discussing topics during lectures.
• To be graduated with an overall mark not less than 95/110 (or equivalent for non-Italian candidates).

According to criteria established by the annual Call for applications, a suitably nominated Commission evaluates each candidate individually to ascertain technical skills and motivation.

The Master’s programme in Advanced Automotive Engineering has its administrative seat in Modena and interested students will refer to the University of Modena for admission procedures and enrolment.

 

Pubblicato Venerdì, 23 Giugno, 2017 - 09:58 | ultima modifica Venerdì, 23 Giugno, 2017 - 10:10