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9/19/2016

Comau accepting applications for training course

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To date, more than 90 engineers who attended the master program have joined Comau.

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Comau (Turin, Italy) is now accepting applications for the new edition of its second level specializing Master in Industrial Automation from Politecnico di Torino, organized together with Comau, with funding by Regione Piemonte. The selection period for the sixth edition of the course is open until Nov. 11, 2016.

To date, more than 90 engineers who attended the master program have joined Comau, a global provider in the automation industry.

The Master in Industrial Automation is a training and work program that aims to attract and select the best engineering graduates, coming from Italian and foreign universities, to specialize in the field of industrial automation. In addition, Comau hires those students with a high apprenticeship contract from day one. 

The training course, taught entirely in English, consists of 540 hours of lessons in the first year and 660 hours in the second year devoted to project work within the company. Classes are taught by Comau managers and professors from Politecnico di Torino. The master is free of charge for selected students.

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