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Unimore is the lead partner of three new Advanced Training Schools financed by Regione Emilia Romagna

Regione Emilia Romagna sponsors ten new three-year Advanced Training schools, in the technologic, economic, and cultural field with a contribution of almost 4.5 million euros. Three of them are led by Unimore.

More specifically, in the light of the experience gained with the two interuniversity Master’s degree programmes, led by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, the International Advanced Training School MUNER now comes in Automotive for an intelligent mobility (coordinator is professor  Francesco Leali), and is organised in three levels of intervention: “Italian Motor Valley Experience”, aimed at strengthening the basic skills and guiding young people towards university or technical vocation studies; “High School MUNER Women in Transport”,  focused on the 1st level skills and promoting a greater access of girls to 2nd level degree programmes in this field; “Future of automotive for intelligent mobility” with vocational post-degree programmes.

Among the schools being financed in the technological sector, and becoming strategic for training human resources in a field which sees Emilia Romagna standing as an excellence centre at global level, the Advanced Schools in AI stands out (Unimore leader with professor Rita Cucchiara) for the scientific and technical training of extremely high level senior engineers and graduates.

Finally, among the projects aimed at training high skills for policy makers, with strategic specialisations for the development, internationalisation, cohesion and safety of local territory, and still led by Unimore, there is AL.FO.N.S.A - High Training and Innovation for the Sustainable Development of the Apennins (coordinator is professor Emiro Endrighi), focused on valuing the great richness of our Apennins in ecologic-environmental, social, cultural, economic, landscape terms with High Training programmes designed to deal with public and private stakeholders, to provide the Apennins with professionals boasting targeted skills. Under an “incremental specialisation” logics, further education and specialisation programmes will be activated in the following fields: mountain farming, integrated management of the slopes, sustainable forest management, touristic valorisation of the cultural a landscape heritage, water management.

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Articolo pubblicato da: Ufficio Stampa Unimore - ufficiostampa@unimore.it il 02/09/2019